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Monel metal

[moh-nel] /moʊˈnɛl/
Trademark.
1.
a brand of alloy consisting mainly of nickel and copper.
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Monel metal

/mɒˈnɛl/
noun
1.
trademark any of various silvery corrosion-resistant alloys containing copper (28 per cent), nickel (67 per cent), and smaller quantities of such metals as iron, manganese, and aluminium
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C20: named after A. Monell (died 1921), president of the International Nickel Co, New York, which introduced the alloys
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