Production of 1 gram of the ultra-fine nano cooper powder requires 100-250 kilograms of copper.
Copper and Copper powder
In various industries, copper, among the different conductive materials, has been established as an essential choice because of its high electrical conductivity, relatively higher melting point, excellent solderability, low electrochemical migration behavior, and low materials cost. Recently, copper nano-size particles in the form of powder are at present of great interest in submicron and several fields of chemistry and material science.
However, producing copper powder is a complex process done in advanced laboratories. Depending on the high-level purity producers plan to obtain (99,999+%) can require between 100 and 250 kilograms of raw materials (cooper); that’s how ultra-fine nano copper powder ends up as one of the world’s most valuable elements.
Applications of copper powder include self-lubricating bearings, electrical parts, conductive epoxy, etc. The ultra-fine copper powder was also offered for new developing opportunities such as metal injection, electronics, ceramics, and thick/thin film applications. It is worth mentioning that Cu powder is a non – radioactive and non-toxic material.
Copper-Tungsten (Cu-W) or Tungsten-Copper (W-Cu) is a composite of copper and tungsten, with the percentage variable. Cu and W are almost insoluble with each other. Cu-W combines the properties of each component, such as the high electrical and thermal conductivity, low thermal expansion, excellent mechanical properties, wear resistance, and arc-erosion resistance.
The recently developed submicron and nanostructured W–Cu composites exhibit superior performance compared to their conventional coarse-grained counterparts. They should expand the applications of this group of materials further. W–Cu composites are applied in aerospace fields, such as parts used in rocket and missile nozzles. Namely, W–Cu composites can bear high-temperature loadings where other materials generally lose function.
So, why does CUPRUM COIN’s ultra-fine nano cooper powder makes a difference?
Asset-backed types of cryptocurrencies, which digitize various “real world” assets, are also a huge trend today. This unique group of coins became significant because they enable investors to store the value unrelated to the fiat currencies, most of which are prone to inflation and volatility risks.
The main market differentiator of the CUPRUM Coin from similar coins comes from the fact that underlying asset in the form of ultrafine and nano cooper powder protects the value of the holdings for a long, long time. Namely, as described, this rare and highly valued material is in demand in upcoming industries, and it is unlikely to see its value inflates or is exposed to market volatility risk. It is estimated that the demand for ultrafine Cu powder will stay uncompromised in the years to come, with expected price growth in the range of 8-12%.
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