Copper: The Most Electrically Conductive Metal Element

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Copper has been in use by humans for tens of thousands of years. It is a pure substance that can be dated all the way back to the Roman Empire. Copper got its name from Cyprus of the Romans and was called Cyrium. It is extracted from ores by roasting the sulfate ore then leaching out the copper sulfate that was formed with water. Copper is known for its ductility and malleability. It is also one of the most electrically conductive metal elements. Copper is not as strong as steel so therefore it is very easy to bend. Copper is used for making wires and other useful materials.
Brass can be dated back all the way to 5th millennia B.C in China. It is produced today by melting the metal copper and adding zinc at a certain ratio, so therefore it
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