Copper is a kind of precious metal in theory. Its element symbol is Cu, which is the earliest metal material used by human beings. The Latin name of copper, "cuprum", comes from "aes cyprium" (meaning rock of Cyprus). Our ancestors began making tools and utensils from copper more than 10,000 years ago.
The special properties of copper make it still an indispensable basic material today: copper has good plasticity and toughness, and is very suitable for use in thermal conductors and electrical conductors. Due to its anti-microbial properties, copper has also become an antimicrobial material, and its appearance is also very beautiful.
Copper: widely used, durable quality
Whether we notice it or not, copper is widely used in many products in our daily life:
Transmission and distribution equipment
Medical imaging equipment
The electric car
Copper can be recycled continuously without any change in quality. At present, more than half of German copper products come from scrap and copper-containing products.
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