Manganese-bronze



noun
1.
an alloy that is about 55 percent copper, 40 percent zinc, and up to 3.5 percent manganese.
noun
1.
any of various alloys containing copper (55–60 per cent), zinc (35–42 per cent), and manganese (about 3.5 per cent)

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