The term brass generally applies to alloys of copper where the main alloying ingredient besides copper is zinc. Brass is generally known for having decent strength and electrical conductivity, and it can be polished easily.
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|260||Wide range of applications. High ductility. Low to fair soldering and brazing capabilities.|
|330, 360||Wide range of applications. Highest rated among copper alloys. Fair soldering and brazing capabilities.|
|464||Referred to as Naval brass. High strength, corrosion resistant alloy. Excellent soldering and brazing capabilities.|
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