Brass, composed of 80-90% copper and 10-20% Zinc. There are some other metals that make up the smaller components, such as spit valve, braces, and the mouthpiece, but it's probably 90% brass.
brass is made by copper and zinc.:)
Tin and copper are used to make brass
Yes Some are Iron is (symbol Fe) Brass is not, as it is made of other metals combined - so is a compound, not an element itself.
Copper and Zinc are combined to make brass. You can change how much of either is in the mix to get different properties in the brass.
Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc.
Zinc and copper make brass, and tin and copper make bronze.
Brass is a strong metal but not the strongest metal. Steel is stronger. Brass is somewhat malleable. Aluminum is sometimes combined with brass to make it stronger.
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zinc and aluminium
Zinc and Copper Copper and zinc make up the mixture (alloy) brass.
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zinc is a raw element it is just zinc no metals are combined to make zinc
Normally copper and tin.
Copper and tin/zinc
is brass a precious metal
Brass: 55-70% Cu + 30-45% Zn Bronze: 90% Cu + 10% Sn
brass is 80 to 90 percent copper and 10 to 20 percent zinc.why is brass worth less than both metals required to make it?
The main metals and precious metals that are used to make jewellery are gold, silver, titanium, platinum, brass, copper, titanium, stainless steel and more.
Copper and Zinc are melted down to liquid state. Then the two metals are combined in some difficult to explain process. When the liquid metal cools, the alloy Brass is formed.
The metals silver, copper and nickel are elements. It is brass that is an alloy, and copper and zinc are what make it up.