Tag Archives: Steel

(Atomic number) 29 (Copper – Cu)

The name copper is derived from Latin word cuprium which refers to island of Cyprus where ore deposits were found thousands of years ago.  Common uses include coins, sculpture and conductor of electricity. Melting point     1083 Celsius Boiling point      2567 Celsius Copper has 29 electrons and 29 protons.  “In nature it has two isotopes, 63 [...]

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58 (HRc)

A Powers of Ten study could be made for the making of a sword like forging at 1,400 degrees F, crystalline structures at the atomic level, and the annealing process! Steel is still the best material for making swords but it depends how the steel is treated with heat that makes all the difference in [...]

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