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THE COPPER TUBE HANDBOOK

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01 Left Rio Tinto has interests in copper operations in South Africa (pictured), the US, Australia, Chile and Indonesia. Our copper business The Rio Tinto mine in Spain supplied copper to the Roman Empire and is recognised as one of the greatest copper deposits ever found.

An Ancient Copper Treasure Map

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Metals Prices in the United States through 1998--Copper

Annual Average U.S. Producer Copper Price (Cents per pound) Metals Prices in the United States through 1998--Copper

Drinking Water: Copper

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Copper

Public Health Statement for Copper CAS# 7440-50-8 December 1990 This Public Health Statement is the summary chapter from the Toxicological Profile for Copper.

Copper: essential for life

Antimicrobial Copper: essential for life When we think of copper, it is generally in terms of its use in roofing, plumbing and heating, as well as in the power and communications wiring in our homes, places of work and industry.

Mineral Commodity Summaries 2011

48 COPPER (Data in thousand metric tons of copper content unless otherwise noted) Domestic Production and Use: Domestic mine production of copper in 2010 declined by about 5% to 1.12 million tons but its value rose to about $8.4 billion.

COPPER ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD SUMMARY

environmental contaminants encyclopedia copper entry july 1, 1997 compilers/editors: roy j. irwin, national park service with assistance from colorado state university student assistant contaminants specialists: mark van mouwerik lynette stevens marion dubler seese wendy basham national park ...

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

Page 3 of 4 Chronic Hazards: Copper: Dust and/or fumes may cause irritation of eyes, skin and respiratory tract. Dry burning throat, headache, muscle aches, cough, nausea, chills, fever, metallic taste, skin and hair discoloration.