Year of production: 2016
Duration: 04:34 minutes
The subject of this film is copper. It is one of the metals humans have been using the longest. In nature it can even be found in its pure form as nuggets and humans began using it 10,000 years ago to make tools. Copper can be worked easily when smelted and cast. Arrowheads and other archaeological finds bear witness to the importance of copper. Using various experiments, this film demonstrates copper's properties and its reactions with other substances.
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