High Density Copper Profile for Electrical Equipment

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Product: high density copper profile

Type Specifications: T2, TU1, TU2
Copper profile is processed copper with special shapes, and is mainly used in electric power equipment, railway sliding wire, and electronic leadframe, Feichi Copper & Aluminum owns several patents for high-density copper profile production, with the products of strong competitiveness and widely welcomed by the customers

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heat conduction

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9.0~9.5 (10-6/K)









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Copper profile is processed copper with special shapes, and is mainly used in electric power equipment, railway sliding wire, and electronic leadframe, we owns several patents for high-density copper profile production, with the products of strong competitiveness and widely welcomed by the customers

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Q:Guangzhou Long Feng precision copper pipe?
Long Feng is a branch of Henan Jinlong group. It can be said that the monopoly of China's copper tube industry is very powerful. Is the transformation of the state-owned joint-stock company, the management mode of state-owned enterprises form. Very dirty and tired. Money is not afraid of death, you can go to try. All the year round to yield, year-round holiday free! There are two ways to do it individually and in groups.
Q:Chemistry Copper/Diamond/Graphite Question! 10 Easy Points!?
Ions are purely atoms with lacking electrons, constructive value, or better electrons, unfavorable value. A single atom with the two of those circumstances could be stated as an ion. Get 2 or extra of those ions jointly and additionally you get a polyatomic ion. Poly (many), atomic (atoms) ion (charged atom). Ions are atoms, polyatomic ions are purely distinctive ions bonded jointly.
Q:copper, HELP PLEASE!!!!!?
Copper has been used for over 10,000 years. Nobody knows who or when because it was so very long ago....before people figured out alphabets and writing. Archeologists have found a copper pendant in what is now northern Iraq that dates to 8700 BC. However, copper has been found in many other countries around the world, so it is equally impossible to pin-point any one country, except to say that it was NOT any country of today. Copper(I) compounds: copper(I) chloride, copper(I) bromide, copper(I) iodide, copper(I) oxide. Copper(II) compounds: copper(II) acetate, copper(II) carbonate, copper(II) chloride, copper(II) hydroxide, copper(II) nitrate, copper(II) oxide, copper(II) sulfate, copper(II) sulfide, copper(II) tetrafluoroborate, copper(II) triflate. Copper(III) compounds, rare: potassium hexafluorocuprate Copper(IV) compounds, extremely rare: caesium hexafluorocuprate
Q:What colour are copper highlights?
copper yes is in the reddish family more like a reddish orange hue.its actually a really pretty color
Q:what is the price for old copper plumbing pipe?
I've never heard of any entity government, local or federal that recommended replacing OLD metal piping with new copper pipes. To a great extent, the longevity of any pipes, other than plastic, like the new PEX stuff, is quite dependent on the quality or lack thereof, of the water in your particular area. I live in a house built in 1904, and most of it is still using good old galvanized pipe to supply water all over the place. We have plenty of pressure and flow out of both the old and the newer pipes which have been installed in the last 10-15 years. In the 40 years I've been working with plumbing, I've only seen two galvanized pipes that had rusted through to the point where there was actually a hole that leaked water. I have, however, seen a hundred copper pipes, most of them in walls, that have corroded small little pin prick holes in them and then sprayed all over the inside of the wall pocket between studs. That makes a mess of drywall and basement ceilings if they're finished. If you're seriously considering replacement of your pipes, I would very much recommend the new PEX materials. It's flexible enough to be installed very easily in places where pipes previously dared not go. I believe it's also less expensive than copper, by a bunch.
Q:Did I make copper sulfate?!!!?
copper diodes?? ! do you mean copper electrodes? Is that what was wrong? Magnesium ions will not be removed in this electrolysis as H+ ions are discharged instead but the Cu anode should give Cu2+ ions Light yellowy colour suggest iron somewhere?
Q:Which kind of heat exchange effect is good for copper tube and stainless steel tube?
The heat transfer efficiency of copper tube is high, and the heat transfer efficiency is high. It is recommended to use copper pipe with internal thread, and the heat transfer area is larger
Q:How do I make Copper Chloride?
Trevor's method will certainly work well. You can also treat solid copper(II) oxide with hydrochloric acid to make a solution of copper(II) chloride. CuO(s) + 2HCl(aq) --> CuCl2(aq) + H2O(l) Evaporate the solution in a hood to drive off the excess HCl gas and the water, forming crystals of hydrated copper(II) chloride. ================= Someone may suggest copper metal and sulfuric acid, but for that reaction to occur the H2SO4 must be hot and concentrated, otherwise it goes too slowly to even be noticeable. Cu(s) + 2H2SO4(conc) --> CuSO4(aq) + SO2(g) + 2H2O(l) But with this reaction you can see an obvious problem. There is a sulfate ion in solution, but no chloride. You would need to add chloride in the form of HCl, but there is no way with what you have to get rid of the sulfate ion. ================= What about adding HCl directly to copper metal? Some metals react with HCl to produce the metal ion and give off hydrogen gas. That won't happen with Cu and HCl. We can predict that based on the relative positions of Cu and H in the activity series. But interestingly, copper metal left in concentrated HCl solution will dissolve over time giving a dark green solution consisting of some blue hydrated copper ions and yellow [CuCl4]^2-. This will occur best if there is some tarnish on the copper to get the reaction going.
Q:WHat does my goat need in terms of copper?
Most if not all types of goat feed include copper as one of the main ingredients. Generally goats do not need copper additives in their diet. But I'm sure your local feed store will have a copper supplement if you find out that he has a copper deficiency. Just make sure no other animals like lambs get ahold of that stuff because it'll kill them! For the amount of feed, it really depends on the age of the goat an what he is used for. Like, for my show goats I fed around one and a half pounds twice a day. If he's just a pet, the diet doesn't need to be as strict so you can just toss a little fresh feed in the feed bin when you see it's getting low. Hope I helped :)
Q:Can the air conditioning copper pipe be extended?
The copper pipe can be connected long, and the price depends on the area. We have 1.5 horses, 80 yuan per meter, 2 100,3, 150 120,5. There are work difficulty, difficulty is appropriate to add. Copper bending if the technical clearance will not be a problem, it is too difficult to install side bending, it is better to unload first, then the pipe, and then a one-time installation.

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