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Electricity is easy for copper
Because of this, copper in wiring and some gadgets.
In fact, Statue of Liberty has 179,000 lbs. of copper!
Yes, copper has lots of uses. Properties Copper has many interesting properties.
Very good electrical conductivity, rules wiring.
Anti bacterial too! Also, microorganisms die from copper!
Forms a green copper oxide to protect itself from further corrosion.
Statue of Liberty is green because of copper oxide! ALERT!!!!!!!!!!!!! Copper is vital for health!
You need it!
Copper is found in some common food.
One is CHOCOLATE! History Copper's history is long
Earliest use ever found was copper pendant dated to 8,600 B.C!
Egyptians used it to denote their hieroglyphic system.
Bronze Age was most popular ancient use
Copper alloyed with tin formed bronze , first human alloy!
Iron soon beat bronze for weapon making
However, copper still used for other things Where to find it Copper is found in ores and minerals like Chalcopyrite, Chalcocite, and Bornite.
Copper is also underwater in manganese nodules.
This could be a future source of copper.
Copper is also in food!
Examples of food with copper are chocolate, broccoli, seafood, wholewheat products, and more! Copper Years By: Jeetu Sujith Copper is a wonderful metal!
One reason is electrical conductivity
One more is long history
I'll show you what makes copper the KING! Introduction Copper Rules! Copper's price soars in a good economy! $ Big $ increase! Only trace was copper Pendant found in northern Iraq Bronze Age:weapons in the form of bronze 8,000 B.C. Egyptians used it for their language. Lots of modern uses! Credits Beatty, Richard. Copper. Hong Kong: Benchmark Books, 2001.
Dingle, Adrian. The Periodic Table. New York: Kingfisher, 2007.
Green, Dan. The Elements. Singapore: Scholastic Inc., 2012. Thanks for watching! :-)