|Insoluble in water
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Typical Chemical Analysis
Copper powder is available in a reddish color and it exhibits a face-centered cubic crystalline structure. It reflects red and orange light however it absorbs other frequencies in the visible spectrum, because of its band structure, so it as a nice reddish color. It is malleable and ductile it is an extremely good conductor of both heat and electricity.
It is softer than zinc and also it can be polished to a bright finish. The copper powder has low chemical reactivity and in the presence of moist air it slowly forms a greenish surface film called patina; this coating protects the metal from further attack. Most copper is utilized for electrical equipment, construction, for instance, roofing and plumbing; industrial machinery, for example, heat exchangers and alloys.
Copper powder is utilized in decorative art, both in its elemental metal form and in compounds as pigments. Compounds of this metal powder are employed as bacteriostatic agents, wood preservatives and fungicides. Copper is used in buildings, commonly for roofing. Copper exhibit superior conductivity which improves the efficiency of electric motors.
Because of its ductility and electrical and thermal conductivity, copper powder is oftentimes employed in the production of electrical conductors, transformers, switches, and telecommunications. Copper offers designers a wealth of mechanical and aesthetic qualities that have made it a mainstay of interior design and creative innovation for centuries.
Copper powder: Being naturally resistant to weathering and soil corrosion makes copper an ideal material for the production of roofing and plumbing applications. Further, its antimicrobial properties make it a popular material for the manufacturing of doorknobs and handrails in public buildings.
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