Copper Metal Flake – 101

Copper Flake, Powder, Pellets, Sputtering Targets, and Pieces

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Specifications

Formula 29Cu63.546
Purity 99.9 %
Particle Size 1-5 Micron
CAS 7440-50-8
Melting Point 1083 °C
Boiling Point 2595 °C
Density 8.94 G/Cm3
Mohs Hardness @ 20ºC 3
Coeff. of Expansion @ 20ºC 16.42 x 10-6
Electric Conductance 0.593 Microhm-1
Crystal Structure Cubic, Face Centered
Applications Aerospace
Alloys
Colorants
Electronics
Inks
Paints
Pigments
MSDS Copper-Metal-Flake-101-102-103-MSDS(PDF)
Copper-Metal-Flake-101-102-103-MSDS(DOC)
Typical Analysis Copper-Metal-Flake-101-Typical-Analysis
Form Flake

Cost Per Kilogram

1-2 KG
3-10 KG
11-25 KG
26+ KG
Background Copper is one of the few metals to occur naturally as an uncompounded mineral. It was known to some of the oldest civilizations on record, and has a history of use that is at least 10,000 years old.
Piping Copper is one of the most commonly used metals for piping. It is durable, easy to install, safer in natural disasters, weather resistant and bacteria resistant.
Computers Copper is used in circuits, circuit boards, and computer chips. Use of copper in computers makes faster calculations, and lower prices than aluminum.
Electricity Copper is a good electricity conductor. It is highly conductive, yet inexpensive. Many electrical devices rely on copper wiring for electric currents.
Health Isotopes of copper are used in medicine. They are used to do things like study brain function and treat cancer. Another health application is copper kills many bacteria.