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I'm doing a book for a 3rd grader about copper



(-----) 2004

I would like to know how common is copper in nature, how you make pure samples of copper, and the common uses for the element.

Michelle M.
student - Miami, Florida, USA
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2004

If you take a look in Uorganisk Kjemi written by Per Kofstad, You'll find that the content of copper is 70 ppm and 50 % of the copperproduction is used for powerlines. Second important use is pipeline in houses.

Bo Kønig
- Denmark
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2004

I did a Google search and the first hit was www.copper.org and here's a link to copper and the environment: https://www.copper.org/environment/homepage.html

Bill Duttlinger
- Naperville, Illinois
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