Copper Wire

Copper is most commonly known for its color and its ability to conduct electricity, but it is also used in vast amount of industries, including the construction, power, and transportation industries.

View more details on copper’s Safety Data Sheet.

Details

General Properties 

Symbol:  Cu
Atomic Number:  29
Atomic Weight:  63.546
Density:  8.96 gm/cc
Melting Point:  1083.4 oC
Boiling Point:  2567 oC
Thermal Conductivity:  4.01 W/cm/K @ 298.2 K
Electrical Resistivity:  1.678 microhm-cm @ 20 oC
Electronegativity:  1.9 Paulings
Specific Heat:  0.092 Cal/g/K @ 25 oC
Heat of Vaporization:  72.8 K-cal/gm atom at 2567 oC
Heat of Fusion:  3.11 Cal/gm mole

Specifications

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99.9% and 99.98% Minimum Purity

Diameter  Length
 .00397″ up to .010″   +/-.0006  up to 500′ maximum spools
 .011″ up to .029″   +/-.001″  up to 1000′ maximum spools
 .030″ up to .080″   +/-.0015  up to 500′ maximum spools
 .081″ up to .125″   +/-.002″  up to 250′ maximum spools

99.995+%, 99.999%, and 99.9999% Purity

Diameter  Length
 .00397″ up to .010″   +/-.0006  up to 500′ maximum spools
 .011″ up to .019″   +/-.001″  up to 1000′ maximum spools
 .020″ up to .030″   +/-.0015  up to 4200′ maximum spools
 .032″ up to .045″   +/-.002″  up to 3200′ maximum spools
 .047″ up to .125″   +/-.002″  up to 2000′ maximum spools

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