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Transcript of Copper
Atomic Number: 29
Atomic Mass: 63.546
Number of Protons:
There are 9 radioactive isotopes in Copper.
If one of the radioactive isotopes breaks apart the element becomes partially radioactive.
Melting Boiling and Point at Room Temp
Room temperature: Solid
Melting Point: 1083 degrees (Celsius)
Boiling Point: 2567 degrees (Celsius)
Origin of Name
It is estimated that copper was discovered in 9000 BC
Group and Period
Family: Transition Metal
Copper comes from from the Latin word Cyprus or the island of Cyprus.
Who was copper discovered by?
There is no specific person credited for the discovery of copper. Copper beads were found dating back to 9000 BC in Iraq.