Nickel-Silver and Copper-Zinc-Copper

I'm currently looking at some materials for conducting springs.

Several materials are useful for things like including Phosphor bronze and stainless steel. Also, some people have mentioned Nickel-silver and Copper-Zinc-Copper.

There seems to be some confusion surrounding these materials. Is it true that copper-zinc-copper and nickel-silver are both misnomers for the same material?

If not, does anyone know what the differences are in terms of their properties?

What are they actually made of?

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Rob Thorpe
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