Copper Cathode Quebrada Blanca

Copper cathode is the essential crude material contribution for the production of copper rod for the wire and cable industry. Copper is additionally utilized as a part of the production of metal, copper tube, copper sheet products, and found in more than 450 alloys.
The Quebrada Blanca mine is situated in Tarapaca Region of northern Chile at an elevation of 4,400 metres, roughly 240 kilometres southeast of the city of Iquique and 1,500 kilometres from Santiago.

Appearance Reddish metal
Odour None
Odour Threshold None
pH Not Applicable
Vapour Pressure 1 mm at 1083°C Negligible @ 20°C
Vapour Density Not Applicable
Melting Point/Range 1083° C
Boiling Point/Range 2595° C
Relative Density 8.94
Evaporation Rate Not Applicable
Coefficient of Water/Oil Distribution Not Applicable
Solubility Insoluble in water
Flash Point None
Flammable Limits (LEL/UEL) Not Applicable
Auto-ignition Temperature Not Applicable
Decomposition Temperature Not Applicable

Manufacture of bronzes
Manufacture of brass
Other copper alloys
Cables and electrical conductors

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