Bronze is one of the oldest metals known to man. It is defined as an alloy obtained by combining copper with other metals, usually tin. Bronze can also be made by combining copper with metals such as zinc, arsenic, silicon, phosphorus, aluminum, nickel, and manganese. Bronze is obtained as a golden, hard, and brittle metal. It exhibits properties such as high ductility, and low friction against other metals, which makes it highly desirable for combination with various metals, in a number of applications. Moreover, bronze is an ideal choice to use around flammable or explosive materials, as striking it against a hard surface doesn’t generate sparks. Furthermore, it offers high resistance to corrosion, and has a richer look than brass, due to a tinge of red color in it. To obtain all-inclusive information on forecast analysis of Bronze Market, request a PDF brochure here. Bronze is employed in a number of applications such as architectural infrastructure, bearings, musical instruments, electrical contacts, machine tools, and as bronze wool in woodworking. However, bronze is an expensive metal. It develops patina, a green film, as a result of long exposure to moisture. A major draw...