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hey, what's wrong, Copper?
I'm having an identity crisis, Graphite. I just don't know who I am or what I'm useful for.
Aw, Copper, I've known you since you were a baby. Your chemical compisition is Cu. You come from the native elements group.
You and your native elements family are conductors of heat, composed of atoms from a singular element, and are next to each other in the periodic table. ou're a fracture, and you're metallic. Your hardness is 2.5-3 on Mohs hardness scale.
You're copper-red, but if you're tarnished you turn to a green or black. Your crystal shape is isometric. Also you're one of the first metals to be worked into implements!
Thank you so much! I feel a whole lot better now!
Plus, you're useful for so many things! You're used in electrical purposes, penny making, and cooking untensils!
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