Face value only, although its value as scrap metal value might be a few cents higher because it's made of pure nickel.
Nickel is a metal
Face value only, although technically it might be worth 7 or 8 cents for its pure-nickel metal.
Face value only, although technically it might be worth 7 or 8 cents for its pure-nickel metal content.
The melt value of something is the value of the metal itself. For example, a 1964 nickel has a melt value of 5 cents because 1.8 cents worth of nickel and 2.7 cents of copper.
That's a Canadian centennial nickel from 1967. It's currently worth about 7 cents for the metal content.
It's still worth five cents, or maybe a little more if the value of nickel (the metal) goes back up.
Nickel nimh stands for "NIckel Metal Hydride"
Nickel is a Metal. It is NOT a rock.
no nickel is an element, a metal
The nickel, named for the metal that makes up part of its composition.
Nickel is a transition metal in Group 10 of the periodic table.
the value of the nickel is 5 cent
nickel is used in metal and alloys
Nickel is a Transition Metal
Nickel is a metal, not a rock.
The metal is nickel
Yes. It's a metal.
A polyvalent metal refers to a metal that can have different charges. Nickel is a polyvalent metal because it has two charges, +2 and +3.
It is in common circulation, it has no precious metal content and is worth 5 cents.
It's worth about 7 cents for the metal content.
I do not know the name for the fear on nickel i no the fear of metal is: Metallophobia - Fear of metal.
Copper-nickel, not silver. The only nickels that ever contained any silver were the famous "war nickels" made from 1942 to 1945, when silver replaced nickel metal because nickel was needed for the war effort.
A nickel is a US coin with a face value of 5 cents. It's an alloy rather than a compound, made of 25% nickel and 75% copper. Nickel is a metal, an element with an atomic number of 28 and an atomic weight of 58.6934.
The atomic mass of nickel is 58.69. Nickel is a metal element.