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How to Identify Copper?

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To identify copper you can think of a penny. A penny is made of copper and other elements. Copper gives off a dark and shinny brown look.
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You can identify copper by its color, luster, hardness, and shape. The easiest way that I have found to identify copper is the fact that it burns green.
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