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monel metal




A strong, corrosion-resistant alloy composed of 68% nickel, 29% copper, and 3% iron, manganese, silicon, and carbon. It is used for turbine blades, propellers, etc. Originally, monel metal was made by smelting nickel/copper ore from Sudbury, Ontario.


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