Cupro - The European cousin of tencel , Cupro is also somewhat similar to rayon in that it is reprocessed cellulose. Like tencel and rayon, the base material for cupro is a regenerated cellulose fiber . Cupro gets its name from cuprammonium, the process that is used to process the wood pulp or cotton linters that are its base material. In this process, the wood pulp or cotton liners are dissolved in an ammoniac copper oxide solution. Cupro fabric breathes like cotton, drapes beautifully, and feels like silk on your skin. Its slinky, curve-hugging drape makes it great for elegant dresses and blouses.
This is production of a rayon fabric from cupro fibres. Another method of making fabric/fibre from reconstituted cellulose which occur naturally as plant forms.
Cupro-nickel is an alloy, a mixture.
Cupro-nickel is a mixture, of the special type called alloys.
Cupro-nickel is a homogeneous mixture.
yes it can be washed.
it is made of protons
There are no British general circulation Pennies made from cupro nickel, from 1860 to 1967 they were all made from bronze. If you have a cupro nickel penny, it has been plated and is worthless as a collectible.
The weight, dimensions and metal content of predecimal British coins changed periodicially.The last mintings of the predecimal British coins weighed as follows -Farthing (bronze) - 2.852 gramsHalfpenny (bronze) - 5.658 gramsPenny (bronze) - 9.396 gramsThreepence (nickel-brass) - 6.8 gramsSixpence (cupro-nickel) - 2.83 gramsShilling (cupro-nickel) - 5.63 gramsFlorin (cupro-nickel) - 11.5 gramsHalfcrown (cupro-nickel) - 14.2 gramsCrown (cupro-nickel) - 28.2 grams
copper and nickel
The cupro is more forgiving to chemistry of the pool - however copper will last just fine. The realy key is to maintain your water balance...
Remnant fabric is fabric leftover or recycled