copper (Q753)

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chemical element with symbol Cu and atomic number 29
  • Cu
  • CU-7
  • Tatum-T
  • Paragard T 380A
  • element 29
  • cuprum
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copper
chemical element with symbol Cu and atomic number 29
  • Cu
  • CU-7
  • Tatum-T
  • Paragard T 380A
  • element 29
  • cuprum

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7. millennium BCE
5. millennium BCE
9. millennium BCE
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Cu
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Copper (English)
14 June 2019
401 watt per metre kelvin
0 degree Celsius
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386 watt per metre kelvin
25 degree Celsius
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384.1 watt per metre kelvin
18.05 degree Celsius
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395 watt per metre kelvin
20 degree Celsius
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413 watt per metre kelvin
-73 degree Celsius
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401 watt per metre kelvin
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8.94±0.01 gram per cubic centimetre
20±1 degree Celsius
1,981±1 degree Fahrenheit
1,083 degree Celsius
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4,703±1 degree Fahrenheit
760±1 torr
2,595 degree Celsius
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0±1 millimeter of mercury
68±1 degree Fahrenheit
Copper
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Copper
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0150
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Tag:resource=copper
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6855
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GL5325000
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27 December 2018
Copper (English)
CAS no.: 7440-50-8 (English)
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28 December 2019
CI 77400 (English)
CAS no.: 7440-50-8 (English)
Copper
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