Removing a Copper Stop Nut?

Answer Stop nuts are a type of locking nut that remain fastened under vibration and pressure. Also called plastic insert nuts, stop nuts grip the end of a bolt or screw with a thin plastic or fiber ring t... Read More »

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How to Stop Copper Tarnish?

Clean, polished copper gleams, but it only takes a little tarnish to mar that shine, and it can leave copper looking dull and lifeless. More than that, tarnish -- the result of a corrosion process ... Read More »

When did they stop making pennies out of copper?

The penny was composed of mostly copper since its inception in 1793. In 1943, however, due to the war effort, the penny was made out of zinc-coated steel. Afterward, the coin was 95 percent copper ... Read More »

How to Copper Plate a Quarter with Copper Sulfate?

Electroplating is the process of covering one metal with a thin coating of another by using an electric current. It can be used for decoration or to protect against corrosion. It is also a highly v... Read More »

Is 10GBASE-T copper or fibre, if copper what is the equivalent name of 10GB fibre cable?

10GBase-T is the standard for 10GB Ethernet over twisted pair copper cablesWhen you use optical fibre there are several different port types to choose from so you'll see references like these:10GBA... Read More »