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cu·pro·nick·el

 (ko͞o′prō-nĭk′əl, kyo͞o′-)
n.
An alloy of copper that contains 10 to 30 percent nickel.
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cupronickel

(ˌkjuːprəʊˈnɪkəl)
n
(Elements & Compounds) any ductile corrosion-resistant copper alloy containing up to 40 per cent nickel: used in coins, condenser tubes, turbine blades, etc
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cu•pro•nick•el

(ˈkyu prəˌnɪk əl, ˈku-)

n.
any of various alloys of copper containing up to 40 percent nickel.
[1900–05]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cupronickel - a 60/40 alloy of copper and nickel
copper-base alloy - any alloy whose principal component is copper
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Translations
cupronickel

cupronickel

nKupfernickel nt, → Kupfer-Nickel-Legierung f
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7404.0000), Copper bars, Rods and profiles of refined copper - Bars (7407.1010), Rods (7407.1020), Twisted copper bars (7407.1030), Other (7407.1090), Copper-zinc base alloys (brass) (7407.2100), (Cupro nickel) or copper-nickel-zinc (7407.2900), Zinc waste and scrap - Zinc wire (7407.0010), Other brass (7407.0090) used by the Applicant.
The metal composition, shape, dimension and design of the coin are as under: Metal Composition: Cupro Nickel, Copper 75%, Nickel 25%.Diameter: 30 mm and Weight: 9.5 grams.
The new range now includes stainless steel and titanium units capable of heat transfer rates of up to 200 kW and these new products complement Bowman's existing cupro nickel range which is suitable for heat transfer up to 1050 kW.
Minco, Minneapolis, Minn., has a division that specializes in manufacturing flexible heaters, and fabrication processes there use Inconel, cupro nickel, and other metals as the conductive materials.
The gold, silver and cupro nickel coins feature Harry casting a magic spell on one side and the Queen on the other.