Chemical properties of Copper

29CuCopper63.546Period: 4Melting Point: 1083Boling Point: 2567 Ionization Energy: 7,7264Electrone Gativity: 1,65Covalenz Radius: 117Discovery Year: ancientHuman Body: tracesInventor: Ramsay, Sir William & Strutt, John
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