Where is copper used in houses?
Copper is used in switches, (light) recepticles, all house wiring, 90% of your plumbing, (if your house is pre 1970, then its galvinized pipe) copper is also in your appliances.
It is because of all the available metals copper is the best conductor for electric current. Silver is slightly better but too expensive to use.
Copper chloride being a salt is not ductile.
Copper carbonate is used as algaecid and pigment.
Copper with a purity of 99,99 %.
Copper was used by humans from the Bronze Age.
Yes, copper fungicide can be used on bamboo plants.
Copper has been used lately in wires and cables like coaxial and electric wires.
Copper contain copper !!
Silver can be used for making wires, but copper is significantly cheaper.
It is recommended to use enamelled copper wire min. 99,9 %.
A ground wire for a service distribution has to be copper. A #6 copper conductor can be used up to a 200 amp service.
Copper tube is a favorite choice for plumbing, heating, cooling and other systems. Copper tube is most often used for supply of hot and cold tap water as refrigerant line in HVAC systems. There are two basic types of copper tube, soft copper and rigid copper. Copper tubing is joined using flare connection, compression connection, or solder. Copper offers a high level of corrosion resistance, but is becoming very costly. alliedallcityinc.com
Copper-63 is a natural isotope of copper.
Copper coins are made of metal, as copper is a metal. However, most coins are not pure copper. In the US, the modern penny (one cent) is copper-coated zinc. There is copper in dimes, quarters and half-dollars as the inner "sandwich" of clad coins, between layers of zinc. There is also copper in the Presidential $1 coins, because the coins are made of brass (88.5% copper, with zinc, manganese, and nickel), the same alloy used… Read More
Copper is a conductor, which means it conducts heat more quickly, hence heating up faster. The same reason is for why copper is used in electricity cabling.
The question si superfluous as copper piping is NOT used in water wells.
Copper is a rare element. China is famous for copper.
It used to (other materials are way cheaper now), and it was because copper was a good conductor of heat AND it could be worked (soldered) easily.
None of the above. Copper is a metal.
A conductor is something that can carry the electrons (electricity) through it. An example is copper. That is why copper is used for wiring. it is a good conductor.
no copper and zinc = brass copper and tin = bronze
A single copper atom.
Only copper(I) and copper(II) exist.
On the copper surface basic copper carbonate is formed.
A copper sheet is made of... surprise... copper. No gold.
A copper plate is often embedded in a pan to help spread the heat evenly. However copper reacts with acidic foods, producing poisonous copper salts, making it much too dangerous to use unprotected by other metals in pans. For example if you cooked tomato sauce in a copper pan the finished sauce could kill.
copper is used in many ways, primarily for making electrical connections between all the electrical components and the motherboard
Metals are good conductor of electricity. Gold, silver, Copper, aluminum or brass in that order.
Copper was one of the first metals discovered and used by humans; in the Middle Ages the use for weapons ceased long ago.
Iron is more reactive than copper.
It is not possible to reverse engineer copper. Copper is a basic element.
Copper chlorides contain chlorine and copper (CuCl, CuCl2).
Copper is almost always used in car wiring.
Yes it is routinely used for that purpose
Copper is a metal.
No, copper is a metal.
If properly named, copper sulfide is a compound. There are, however, two possibilities: Copper (I) Sulfide and Copper (II) Sulfide.
Copper is transformed in copper(II) oxide - CuO.
This depends on the quality of copper; analytical grade copper is more expensive; but generally speaking the cost of 7 g copper is not significant.
Copper is a very goot thermal conductor. The thermal conductivity of copper is 401 W/m.K. This the motivation for the use of copper utensils in the kitchen.
copper is NOT an alloy, it is an elemental metal
Copper is an element.
Copper loss electrons.
Copper is a malleable metal.
Copper is in group 11.