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AnswerThere is no chemical formula for brass because it is an alloy and not a chemical compound. Brass is made by combining copper and zinc in an approximately 2 to 1 ratio. B…ut there are a ton of different alloys, each with its own ratio of copper to zinc and each with its own mechanical properties. A link is provided to the Wikipedia article on brass. YELLOW BRASS60 % copper 40 % Zinc RED BRASS 85% copper 15% Zinc as a mineral however it would be Cu3Zn2
im not exactly sure, but what i have heard is this: brass knuckle tattoos are meant to remind us what we are capable of, but that we choose a different way. plus they …look pretty badass, im thinking of getting a set
the brass knuckles symbol in the tattoo world is "love thy neighbor". the love thy neighbor tattoo is a representation of what people are capable of doing to one another. soo …the literal meaning of this tattoo is screw friends , love your enemy. "love thy neighbor" The whole meaning of this tattoo actually came from the Vietnam era, because things were so corrupt over there, people would turn on one another in a moments notice and they would say don't tust your brother over your enemy.
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Brass Knuckles Meaning The Brassknuckles were originaly a part of a trio of designs, the knuckles, a switch blade, and a straight razor, all surrounded by a banner bearing… the phrase 'love thy neighbor' an ironic image to be sure, but one that showed the world what you felt people were capable of, and what you thought we should do instead of using such weapons.
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There isn't a chemical symbol for Brass. It is an alloy; a mixture of metals in various proportions, depending on what qualities are desired in the final product. Brass is an… alloy of Copper (Cu) and Zinc (Zn). Its chemical formula is CuZn
brass is not an element therefore doesnt have a symbol, it is an alloy(mixture) of copper and zinc.
Copper and zinc as brass is an alloy
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF BRASS Cu-60%,Pb-2.5%,Fe-0.35%,Zn-REMINDER. *Since brass is an alloy and not a true compound, there is no chemical name for this metal.
Steels and brass are not chemical compounds but alloys. Brass: an alloy of copper, generally with zinc, but also with Mn, As, Si, P, Al. Steel: an alloy of iron with C, S…i, V, Mo, Si, Mn, Ti, Cr, Co, Ni, etc.
There isn't one. Brass is an alloy of Copper and zinc and usually a trace of Arsenic too
Brass is not included in the periodic table as it is not an element. It is an alloy made up of Zinc and Copper. Their symbols are "Zn" and "Cu" respectively.
1 pm/yr (0.05 mpy) in an industrial atmosphere, 0.8 pm/yr (0.03 mpy) in a marine atmosphere, and 0.5 pm/yr (0.02 mpy) in a rural atmosphere.
Brass is alloy of copper and zinc. There are a lot of brasses worldwide with different copper and zinc content and with addition of other elements.
Because Brass is a mixture of mainly Zinc and Copper, it doesn't have a chemical formula. Unlike water where the atoms combine to make h2o in a chemical reaction, there is no …chemical reaction when making Brass, so the atoms do not combine, so no new material is actually created. Making Brass is more like making a Martini, where you just add the ingredients with a stir, not an explosion.