Pure copper is used only for applications that require its very high thermal and electrical conductivity. This metal also exhibits superior ductility and resistance to oxidation and atmospheric corrosion. However, copper is extensively used in the form of alloys, mainly bronzes, brasses, cupronickels, and nickel silvers.
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