Phosphor-bronze

Phos'phor-bronze` noun [ Phosphor + bronze .] (Metal.) A variety of bronze possessing great hardness, elasticity, and toughness, obtained by melting copper with tin phosphide. It contains one or two per cent of phosphorus and from five to fifteen per cent of tin.
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phosphor-bronze

<chemistry> A variety of bronze possessing great hardness, elasticity, and toughness, obtained by melting copper with tin phosphide. It contains one or two per cent of phosphorus and from five to fifteen per cent of tin. ... Origin: Phosphor + bronze. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Phosphor-bronze

• (n.) A variety of bronze possessing great hardness, elasticity, and toughness, obtained by melting copper with tin phosphide. It contains one or two per cent of phosphorus and from five to fifteen per cent of tin.
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