Do all pennies regain their luster?


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2008-04-06 23:56:17
2008-04-06 23:56:17

They are copper and if soaked in vinegar the tarnish will come off and they will shine again.

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It is impossible to bring back originial mint luster. That luster can only come from the process of striking the coin -- there's nothing you can do to bring it back.

All minerals have luster. There are different types of luster. Pyrite has metallic luster.

No, not all have glassy luster

No, Basalt has no luster at all.

All metals have some form of luster.

Luster means that something has a shiny or glossy surface. Basalt is a rock that does not have a luster at all.

Luster is a property that describes the surface of a mineral. All minerals have surfaces, therefore, they all have luster. The luster may be earthy, pearly, glassy, or any other adjective that would get the point across. Most all metals have metallic luster.

Luster = how much the mineral reflects light, so yes, all would have luster, but some are metallic and some are non-metallic

Lead has a metallic luster and is white in color. Aluminum, copper all also have metallic luster. Minerals do not have any metallic luster.

Yes, many metals (not all) have a luster and are malleable.

for all of those retarded ass people out there luster is how shiney the mineral is there all of yall peace

no Actually, YES. All minerals have luster of some sort. Marble would be a non-metallic luster, and from there you have to figure out its other qualities.

Luster is the quality off shining by reflecting light on a stone. Fluorite is a popular mineral of all colors, the luster being vitreous.

In geology, dull luster means little to no luster is exhibited by a mineral. This is due to coarse granulations which scatter the light in all directions.

All pennies are worth a cent.

the luster of luster in chlorine is that its made with different kinds of bleach

Glassy luster, Metallic luster and Waxy luster.

Luster is simply a way of describing how a mineral reflects light. No minerals absorb 100% of light, so all minerals have some degree of luster.

It took a great effort for the police to regain control of the rioters. Although he won some bets later, He was unable to regain all of the money he lost.

Yes, metals are lustrous but NOT all of them.

Yes, all minerals have a luster which helps people to identify them. Brass has a metallic luster which means that it reflects light just like metallic objects that you might find around your house. Most minerals have a nonmetallic luster. Other types of luster include: waxy, pearly, satiny, and earthy.

Yes I will. I mean after all, anyone can save pennies.

Yes. The change was in 1958-1959.

Yes. In 1944 they were all wheat ear reverse pennies.

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