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Answered: Brass vs. Copper?

The colors of the metals are different. Copper is a bright orange and bronze is rich orange or brown. They are different in their hardness, also. Copper is used to coat utensils, while bronze is used in construction of sculptures and statues. Source: www.laser-cutting-online.com

Answered: How can you tell if it is brass

Just look at the color. Brass is a buttery yellow alloy of zinc and copper.

Answered: When did they start putting iron nails on brass tacks rather than the

I think you're a little confused - go back to the asylum -

Answered: Why do copper and brass have similar reactivity

brass is an alloy based on copper and zinc so they have similar properties. the corrosion resistance of copper and brass also is quite similar..

Answered: Mariene barometor made by doyha libson solid brass with built in gyro

I found a Portuguese marine barometer for sale, estimated value $1000, starting bid $500. I think Lisbon is likely rather than Libson. I also found a site: http://www.prices4antiques.com/tools-measuring-devices/weather-instruments/Barometer-Marine-Desterro-RN-Brass-Gimbal-Mount-Lisbon-37-inch ...

Answered: Brass allergy?

I have never heard of an allergy to brass before, but I guess it's possible. It's also possible that if you used brass polish on the horn and mouthpiece, you could be having a reaction to that.
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