Why don't you understand copper? It makes perfect cents!
The element copper is also known as Cu. Its atomic number is 29 and its atomic mass is 64 amu. This element is worth $3 per pound. Copper is mostly used to make the penny we use in the United States, it also is used to make other countries money around the world. In everyday life, Copper is also used for household appliances such as the refrigerator, dishwasher, and the microwave. Another way copper is used is with electronics such as smartphones. One more thing copper is used for is x-ray machines, wind turbines, and solar panels. Copper is a reddish-gold color. One of the famous Dead Sea Scrolls found in Israel is made of copper. Copper is a good conductor of heat, it can form into various shapes including wires, and copper is one of the earliest metals to be found by humans. One thing that distinguishes copper as an element is that it was found in the ancient times, so the person who discovered it is anonymous.
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