Discussion :: Engineering Materials - Section 6 (Q.No.4)
Aluminium bronze has high resistance to corrosion.
Answer: Option B
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|Harpreet said: (Sep 20, 2014)|
|True. It is an alloy of copper and aluminium.|
|Ravi said: (Jun 9, 2016)|
|Aluminium bronzes are most valued for their higher strength and corrosion resistance as compared to other bronze alloys. These alloys are tarnish-resistant and show low rates of corrosion in atmospheric conditions, low oxidation rates at high temperatures, and low reactivity with sulfurous compounds and other exhaust products of combustion.|
|Lokesh said: (Sep 1, 2016)|
|Answer is true because Aluminium bronzes are most valued for their higher strength and corrosion resistance as compared to other bronze alloys.|
|Abhi said: (Jun 10, 2018)|
|Aluminium bronzes resistance to corrosion results from the aluminium in the alloys, which reacts with atmospheric oxygen to form a thin, tough surface layer of alumina (aluminium oxide) which acts as a barrier to corrosion of the copper-rich alloy.|
|Anil said: (Jul 11, 2018)|
|True. That's why it is preferred alloy for pumps used in ships.|
|Vinay Bel said: (Sep 30, 2020)|
|True is the correct answer.|
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