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  • Elements print from TPTPP
  • Name of element The name of my element is copper
  • Symbol of Element The symbol of copper is Cu
  • Atomic Number The atomic number of copper is 29.
  • Protons Neutrons & Electrons Protons:29 Neutrons:35 Electrons:29
  • Atomic Mass The atomic mass is 63.546
  • Element Configuration The element configuration of copper is 4s13d10.
  • Number of Valence Electrons There are 2 valence relationships in copper.
  • Number of Energy Levels There are 4 energy levels in copper.
  • 3 Physical/Chemical Reactions Heat: Electricity Water
  • What is the element used for? Copper is used in the making of just about every coin. Also some wires are made copper. Household appliances such as sinks.
  • History of the element Copper was the first metal to be used by humans. Later on copper was alloyed with tin to form bronze.
  • Where is my element found My element is found in peoples wallet or purse when they carry coins. My element is found in mines. My element is found in homes My element is found in the ground
  • Bibliography Myers, et al., R. Thomas (2004). Chemistry. Austin, TX: Holt Rinehart and Winston. Bentor, Yinton (April 30 2009). Periodic Table copper. Retrieved April 30, 2009, from Chemicalelements.com Web site: http:// www.chemicalelements.com/elements/cu.html Winter, Mark ( 2009). Copper the Essentials. Retrieved April 30, 2009, from Web Elements Web site: http://www.webelements.com/copper/