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What are the chemical properties of copper?

What are the chemical properties of copper?

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Well, for one, copper forms copper oxide and copper carbonate when it's exposed to the air. That's why the Statue of Liberty has that blue-green tint to it: it's covered by copper carbonate.
I would call for help, that's the only thing, sorry. Bears run faster than humans, and they climb faster too, not to mention I have short legs. Don't think I can outrun a bear.
Atomic number 29 Atomic mass 63.546 g.mol -1 Electronegativity according to Pauling 1.9 Density 8.9 g.cm-3 at 20°C Melting point 1083 °C Boiling point 2595 °C Vanderwaals radius 0.128 nm Ionic radius 0.096 nm (+1) ; 0.069 nm (+3) Isotopes 6 Electronic shell [ Ar ] 3d10 4s1 Energy of first ionisation 743.5 kJ.mol -1 Energy of second ionisation 1946 kJ.mol -1 Standard potential + 0.522 V ( Cu+/ Cu ) ; + 0.345 V (Cu2+/ Cu )
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