March 2016

WEIRD AND WONDERFUL USES FOR METALS

March 21st 2016

Ever wondered what these metals are used for?

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COPPER

March 12th 2016

Coming from the Latin word cuprum, meaning ‘island of Cyprus’, Copper is a chemical element with symbol Cu and atomic number 29. With a red-orange colour, it is a highly recognisable metal and is soft, malleable and ductile with extremely high thermal and electrical conductivity. It is often used as a conductor of heat and electricity because of these properties, as well as a building material and a constituent of various metal alloys.

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MYTHICAL METALS

March 4th 2016

We talk a lot here about metals that will be familiar to most people, with the odd reference to rarer metals. What about metals that are completely fictional though, with no basis in the real world? There are many completely fictional metals that have sprung from myths or popular fiction and you might be more familiar with them than you think – take a look at the list below to see some of our top examples.

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