Brass material datasheet


Brass is a metal alloy made of copper and zinc; the proportions of zinc and copper can be varied to create a range of brasses with varying properties. It is a substitutional alloy: atoms of the two constituents may replace each other within the same crystal structure.

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» Meaning of symbol:

OK: Recommend

△: Must confirm if usable by testing advanced. 

X: Not recommend

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Catagory Chemical BRASS
Organic acids Acetic acid X
Acetic anhydride X
Organic compound   Acetaldehyde X
 Acetone OK
Alcohol:methyl
X
Aniline
OK
Benzaldehyde
OK
Ethanol
Ethylene glycol
 OK
Formaldehyde
OK
Formic acid
OK
Lactic acid
X
Methanol
X
 Phenol OK
Propane,liq
OK
 Propanol OK
 Toluene OK
Inorganic compound  Ammonia

Ammonium hydroxide
X
Barium chloride
OK
Barium hydroxide
OK
Chlorine X (wet)
Detergent
OK
Hydrofluoric acid  △ (50%)
Hydrogen peroxide
X(30%)
Nitric acid

X (10%) X (concentrated)

Phosphoric acid
X (10%) X (concentrated)
Potassium hydroxide
X (50%) 
Potassium nitrate
OK
Potassium sulfate
OK
Sodium carbonate
OK
Sodium hydroxide
X
Sulfuric acid
X (concentrated)
Sulfur dioxide
△ (liquid)

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