Bimetal

Bimetal refers to an object that is composed of two separate metals joined together. Instead of being a mixture of two or more metals, like alloys, bimetallic objects consist of layers of different metals. Trimetal and tetrametal refer to objects composed of three and four separate metals respectively. A bimetal bar is usually made of brass and ir...
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bimetal

bimetallic adjective formed of two different metals or alloys; especially in sheets bonded together
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Bimetal

Beverage containers with steel bodies and aluminum tops; handled differently from pure aluminum in recycling.
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Bimetal

Casting, usually centrifugal, made of two different metals, fused together.
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bimetal

Two metals of different coefficients of expansion welded together so that the piece will bend in one direction when heated, and in the other when cooled; it can be used to open or close an electrical circuit, as in a thermostat.
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Bimetal

Two metals of different coefficients of expansion welded together so that the piece will bend in one direction when heated, and in the other when cooled, and can be used to open or close electrical circuits, as in thermostats.
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bimetal

[adj] - formed of two different metals or alloys 2. [n] - material made by bonding together sheets of two different metals
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