What Elements Make up Bronze?

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Bronze is a metal alloy made up of copper and tin. Additional elements like lead, manganese, and phosphorous are added to create bronze with particular properties. Bronze is a sturdy, durable metal when well cared for. It is found in bearings, gears, bells, valves and pipes.
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I'm not sure if the question is: A) What elements does bronze contain? In other words, what is it made of? Or, B) What objects (not elements, as bronze is not an element) contain
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bronze is an alloy of Cu and Sn.
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Bronze is made up of copper and tin. It's primarily copper, with the tin content not exceeding 11 percent.
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