Approximately 65% of copper produced is used for electrical applications. Copper has the highest electrical conductivity of any metal, apart from silver or gold, leading to applications in:
Copper has a key role to play in energy efficiency - the judicious use of 1 tonne of copper in the energy sector makes it possible to reduce CO2 emissions by 200 tonnes per year on average.
25% of all the copper produced is used in buildings - for Plumbing, roofing and cladding. Copper provides light, durable maintenance-free structures that are naturally good looking, long lasting and fully recyclable. Copper's naturally antimicrobial properties can be exploited in hygienic surfaces for hospitals and healthcare facilities.
Trains, trams, cars and lorries all need copper and transport accounts for 7% of copper usage. The high purity copper wire harness system carries the current from the battery throughout the vehicle to equipment such as lights, central locking, on-board computers and satellite navigation systems. Electric super trams in cities such as Manchester, Sheffield and Croydon, provide clean, efficient transport powered by electric motors. The overhead contact wires are either copper-silver or copper-cadmium alloys.
Copper has known antibacterial effects, and surfaces made with copper or its alloys can help to reduce the spread of disease.
The remaining 3% is used for coins, sculptures, Musical Instruments and cookware.
Copper is commonly used for wiring, plumbing, and coins.
Copper Sulfate has many different uses, on common one is the treatment of diseases and parasites in aquaculture and ornamental fish.
There are many important uses for copper. Copper can be used in pipes and in wiring as a few examples.
Copper is used for transformers, motors, mobile phones, and for contacts in computers. It's also used in frying pans and utensils.
A common use of copper sulfate in agriculture include as an algaecide and fungicide. For the chemical industry it is used in adhesives and the purification process for glass. Copper sulfate is also used in swimming pools to prevent algae blooms.
the uses of copper are, making coins e.g. one pence and 2 pence cya :)
you can make copper stuff
Electricity Wires where it's a good conductor & it's use to make some mechanical parts.
copper sulfate is a brand name that uses copper sulphate
Copper Wire, Copper Water Pipes, Pennies,
A couple of uses for Copper Tape is gardening and radio operations. These are just a couple of the many uses for this tape. Designers can use Copper Tape in stained glass and mosaic work.
I think copper is common but I am not entirely sure. Hope this helps!
Chalcopyrite and malachite are common copper ores.
Copper alloys are used in jewllery.
China is the largest consumer of copper.
Copper and zinc form the alloy brass.
Many experts agree that China is the country that uses copper the most. Currently China's demand for copper is higher than the supply available.
construction is a use
there r only 2 uses1. copper is use inn wires.2. it is use for utensils.
It can be used for pennies, copper wire and many other uses
copper is uses in becouse is good electronic of heat