Definition of Monell metal
1. Noun. An alloy of nickel and copper and other metals (such as iron and/or manganese and/or aluminum).
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Literary usage of Monell metal
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1. The Mineral Industry by Richard Pennefather Rothwell (1906)
"... of a new alloy, called "Monell metal," in honor of Mr. Ambrose Monell, president of the company, to whom the process of preparing it is due. ..."
2. Rudder by Thomas Fleming Day (1912)
"Monell metal ought to be ideal, as far as corrosion of itself is concerned. Muntz metal, tobin bronze and manganese bronze consist of two constituents, ..."
3. Mines Register: Successor to the Mines Handbook and the Copper Handbook edited by Horace Jared Stevens, Walter Garfield Neale, Lenox Hawes Rand, Edward Barney Sturgis, Joseph Zimmerman (1907)
"Monell metal is a natural alloy of copper »nd nickel, made from the nickel-copper ores of the Sudbury district. German silver is an alloy of 5 parts copper, ..."
4. The Copper Handbook by Horace Jared Stevens, Walter Harvey Weed (1910)
"Monell metal is a natural alloy of copper and nickel, made from the nickel-copper ores of the Sudbury district. ..."
5. Compressed Air Plant: The Production, Transmission and Use of Compressed Air by Robert Peele (1920)
"Monell metal. The area of orifice is proportioned to the size of pipe, so that, at average rates of flow, a pressure- drop of about \ Ib. takes place. ..."
6. Metals in America's Historic Buildings: Uses and Preservation Treatments by Margot Gayle, John G. Waite (1992)
"The first bar was stamped "Monell metal" in honor of Ambrose Monell, then president of International Nickel. When the name was registered as a trademark one ..."
7. Documents of the Senate of the State of New York by New York (State). Legislature. Senate (1915)
"... Steel and iron 43100 Monell metal ;i Babbitt metal ': Brass and bronze 40 Paint 1400 Asphalt 1400 Coal tar pitch 320 Rubber 25 ..."