An alloy of copper, nickel, tungsten, and zinc, formerly used in electric coils.
A metal chemically resembling platinum, especially osmium, iridium, or palladium.
Any of several metals that resemble platinum within their chemistry; specifically osmium, iridium and palladium
An alloy of copper, nickel, tungsten, and zinc once utilized in home heating elements
An alloy of German gold containing tungsten; -- utilized for creating electrical resistance coils and criteria.
one of several metals with which platinum is usually found linked. The platinoids are palladium, rhodium, iridium, osmium, and ruthenium.
An alloy, resembling German gold, composed of 60 components copper, 14 parts nickel, 24 parts zinc and 1 or 2 components tungsten. It offers a higher opposition than German gold, and it is utilized mainly in electrical work.