base-metal

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Attributive form of base metal

base-metal sample.

The metal to be welded (rather than that used to weld)
A common or inexpensive metal; especially one that was hoped to be transmuted into a precious metal
Any metal at the lower end of the electrochemical series that oxidizes readily
(1) Any metal other than a precious or noble metal (2) The principal metal of an alloy (3) The principal metal of a piece underlying a coating of another metal Example: Iron (Fe), aluminum (Al), magnesium (Mg), copper (Cu), nickel (Ni), zinc (Zn)
= A metal that readily oxidizes or dissolves to form ions The opposite of a base metal
The metal to be welded or cut
a non-precious metal, such as copper, nickel or zinc
The metal to be welded or cut In alloys, it is the metal present in the largest proportion
non-ferrous metals inferior in value to precious metals; i e copper lead, zinc, nickel
Copper, aluminum, lead, nickel, tin
A metal that readily oxidizes or dissolves to form ions The opposite of noble metal
A non-precious metal or alloy which has a low intrinsic value Examples are copper, nickel, brass, bronze and aluminium
A base metal is a metal such as copper, zinc, tin, or lead that is not a precious metal. precious metal. a metal that is not very valuable, such as iron or lead
A metal which oxidizes when heated in air, e g lead, copper, tin, zinc, as opposed to noble metals such as gold and platinum
Any non-precious metal
A metal (such as iron) which reacts with dilute hydrochloric acid to form hydrogen Also see noble metal
Copper, aluminum, lead, nickel, and tin
the metal at and adjacent to the surface to be incorporated in a welded joint that will be fused and which will produce a welded joint through coalescence and interdiffusion with the weld
any metal which is not a precious metal (tin, lead, copper, etc.); metallic element in an alloy; metal which is cut
(1) The metal present in the largest proportion in an alloy; brass, for example, is a copper-base alloy (2) An active metal that readily oxidizes, or that dissolves to form ions (3) The metal to be brazed, cut, soldered, or welded (4) After welding, that part of the metal which was not melted
any metal other than a precious metal (platinum, gold, silver)
Any metal other than a precious metal, such as copper or zinc
- An alloy or metal of comparatively low value to which a coating or plating is normally applied
basemetal
{i} any metal which is not a precious metal (tin, lead, copper, etc.); metallic element in an alloy; metal which is cut
base-metal