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While these three "red metals" may look similar, they are actually quite different.
Thermal conductivity measures the ability of a metal to conduct heat.
Magnets were first discovered by ancient civilizations going back 2,500 years, and by the 12th and 13th centuries AD, magnetic compasses were commonly used for navigation in China and Europe.
What is electrical conductivity?
Electrical conductivity is the measured amount of current generation created on a metal target’s surface.
Copper, Brass and Bronze, otherwise known as the "Red Metals", may look the same initially but are actually quite different.
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