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av - 4/2/2008 4:40:42 PM
hii! what is the compounds that are formed to make copper and what are the safty hazards?please help
Cherry - 4/1/2008 6:46:02 AM
it is 63.55
Alex - 3/28/2008 1:40:23 AM
what is copper in its normal phase? i think it is solid but i'm not sure.
kay - 3/25/2008 8:45:14 PM
its orgin is from the latin word cyprium after the island of cyprus
kay - 3/25/2008 8:43:41 PM
Nobody knows who discovered the element Copper
kay - 3/25/2008 8:41:40 PM
What are 2 chemical properties of copper?
kodey - 3/20/2008 9:22:55 PM
what is copper's normal phase?
trey johnson - 3/19/2008 9:34:44 PM
i would like to know where did copper was found at and who discovered copper and when did he or she found it and where did the name copper come from. thank you
abby - 3/18/2008 3:58:59 AM
Copper got it's name from the Latin word cuprum, which means metal of Cyrus. Cyrus is an island where the Romans used to mine copper.
abby - 3/18/2008 3:57:15 AM
We don't know the name of the exact person who discovered copper, but we know that it was discovered in Iraq in about 8700 B.C.
sabrina - 3/14/2008 5:46:39 PM
please help! i need to know when copper was made and who discovered it. asap!
nicole - 3/11/2008 8:11:14 PM
how did the element copper get its name?
mariam - 3/8/2008 10:39:08 PM
the person that discovered copper is unknown and it was discovered about 5000 years ago
Marie - 3/3/2008 1:18:39 AM
What is the atomic mass of copper? Thank you so much!
Marie - 3/3/2008 1:11:56 AM
The normal phase of copper is solid.
Marie - 3/3/2008 1:10:59 AM
The family copper belongs to is metal.
Marie - 3/3/2008 1:02:27 AM
does anyone know what are the neutrons for copper?Thanks so much!
lily - 3/2/2008 11:58:59 PM
What family does copper belong to?
anonymous - 2/27/2008 9:37:10 PM
who discovered copper and when?
Kodi - 2/23/2008 7:22:04 AM
Have ya heard. It is allegedly classified info that there are 140 elements in the periodic table. A subshell is supposedly filled after the teens adding stability to the increasingly large elements.