Muntz metal

Muntz metal

[muhnts]

Origin:
1860–65; named after its inventor, G. F. Muntz, 19th-century English metallurgist and manufacturer

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Muntz metal (mʌnts)
 
n
a type of brass consisting of three parts copper and two parts zinc, used in casting and extrusion
 
[C19: named after G. F. Muntz (1794--1857), English metallurgist]

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