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Copper is Industrial metal in the world after iron and aluminum, Copper is used for power generation and transmission

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Copper is Industrial metal in the world after iron and aluminum, Copper is used for power generation and transmission

Copper is a relatively red metal that has a very high electrical and thermal conductivity (among pure metals, only Silver has a higher electrical conductivity at room temperature than copper) because Copper artifacts discovered date back to 8700 years ago. Copper is probably the oldest metal used by humans. In addition to being present in various minerals, copper is also found in metallic form.

According to US Geological Survey, copper is the third most widely used industrial metal in the world after iron and aluminum. About three-quarters of this metal goes to make electrical wires, communication cables, and electronics.

About two-thirds of the earth's copper is found in igneous rocks, and about a quarter occurs in sedimentary rocks. This metal is flexible and flexible and conducts heat and electricity well, which is why it is widely used in electronics and wiring.

The copper is commonly found in nature along with sulfur. Generally, it is produced from a multi-stage process that starts from mining and concentrate of low-value copper ore sulfide ore and after melting and electrolytic purification produces pure copper cathode. Increasing the share of copper in acid washing of metal oxide metal is obtained.

Due to its characteristics such as singularity or composition, wired, malleable, thermal conductivity, and rust resistance, copper has become one of the main industrial Metals in terms of consumption after iron and Aluminum in the ranking 3. Electrical applications of copper, such as power generation and transmission, building wiring, communications, electrical and electronic products, account for approximately three-quarters of total copper consumption. 

Architecture is the largest unipolar market after electrical and electronic products, transportation, industrial machinery, and consumer and main products. Copper by-products are easily recycled from unused copper products and products and significantly join the copper supply.

The cathode mesh is generally converted into different shapes based on the intermediate casting process such as slabs, billets, sheets, wires, and copper rods, pipes, and copper alloys.

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