Partly because brass does not corrode in seawater and partly because brass is not magnetic and so does not interfere with the compass needle.
it s a magnetic substance
It could not be used because it attracts magnets and a compass is a specialist form of magnet, utilising the magnetic properties of the earth to give a reading. Compass housings are invariably made of brass, aluminium or plastic.
I am not sure yet.but it's tuff
The plural form of the noun compass is compasses.The plural possessive form is compasses'.Example: The compasses' cases are made of brass.
There are two accepted forms for possessive singular nouns ending in s:Add an apostrophe (') after the existing s at the end of the word: compass'Add an apostrophe s ('s) after the existing s at the end of the word: compass'sExample:The compass' case is polished brass.The compass's case is polished brass.
The oldest brass instrument is the trumpet, dating back to around 1500 BC.
Bugles and horns were certainly around then.
maby you should look it up on googleEnd of March 2012 yellow brass is worth around $2.16 an ounce while red brass is worth around $2.49 an ounce.
Which brass instrument was around when columbus was busy sailing the ocean blue in 1492
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It is around 40 GPa.
The current price is around 0.82 per pound for yellow brass
Old Yellow brass is around $1.75 per lb Red Brass Turnings are around $1.50 per lb pricing does fluctuate and is also based upon grade (wire, turnings, etc.) and quantity.
YES! All pianos have brass in them.. The brass plate.. Hmm.. I think there's around 17-18 tons of pressure for all strings.. The plate is the one that is keeping them intact.
BrassOn a brass instrument the bigger the mouthpiece the lower the pitch is.Must brass instrument have keys? The first brass band started around 1815.. All brass instruments have a mouthpiece you have to vibrate your lips.I play the baritone it is like the tuba or the trombone the baritone is smaller than the tuba and it has a no slide like the trombone. Brass instruments normally have a bell so the sound is loud. Most brass instruments are a gold colour or it is a silver colour. The brass instruments are made out of brass that is why it is called brass. The longer the tube is the lower the pitch is the shorter the tubing the high the pitch is. Brass can be classic or jazz.
Valves for brass instruments weren't developed until around the year 1800.
There are many companies that produce brass bells. While they may not all cost the same, the approximate price for a ninety pound brass bell is around $1500.00.
Marco Polo used a parchment maps of all the Mediterranean sea ports. He also used a brass compass and sundial.
Yellow Brass is around 1250.33 to 2076.44 MT UK Depends on the quantity and quality Prices fluctuate.
Current brass scrap price is around 1.60 +/- per pound. Prices are fluctuating due to market conditions.
Depending on the type of the alloy; many types of brass are known. But generally, around 900 0C for the melting point.
As of Oct 28, 2008 the price of scrap brass is around 89 cents per pound
Jazz big bands and music had mainly brass instruments included in them and was popular starting around the 1930's