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Q: What is the approximate skin depth of copper at 100Mhz?
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What is the approximate skin depth in copper at 200MHz?

0.201 mils or 5.11 µm.


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Skin effect is the tendency of an alternating electric current (AC) to distribute itself within a conductor so that the current density near the surface of the conductor is greater than that at its core. That is, the electric current tends to flow at the "skin" of the conductor, at an average depth called the skin depth. The skin effect causes the effective resistance of the conductor to increase with the frequency of the current because much of the conductor does little. Skin effect is due to eddy currents set up by the AC current. At 60 Hz in copper, skin depth is about a centimetre. At high frequencies skin depth is much smaller.


Why skin depth is independent of frequency?

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While copper has been used to kill germs in some hospitals and even in your house pipes, copper can turn skin green. This is because it can oxidize on your skin. copper's patena is green, which you can see on copper roofing. that green color can rub off on your skin if say the metal was used for jewlery.


What type of metal is used to make the statue of liberty?

Steel and copper - however, the flame on her torch is covered in gold leaf.


Are copper bracelets harmful to the skin?

"In general, copper bracelets are not harmful to a persons skin. Some companies tout the health benefits of wearing copper bracelets, but there is no scientific information to support such claims. If the copper gets wet, either from water, or sweat, the copper can leave a green residue on the skin, but this is not harmful."


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What is Copper Peptide used for?

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Yes, the outside skin of the Statue of Liberty is made of copper.


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