Introduction of copper utensils and characteristics of copper
Copper utensils are kitchen utensils made of copper and metal materials.
As we all know, copper has excellent electrical and thermal conductivity, and its electrical conductivity and heat transfer coefficient are second only to silver and higher than all other metals. Copper is in the IB group of the periodic table of the elements, which is the same group as gold and silver. The element of this group is characterized by good chemical stability. At the same time, copper and its alloys also have beautiful colors.
The application of copper revolves around its electrical conductivity, heat transfer, corrosion resistance, and color characteristics; at the same time, copper also has a special property that is rarely known: antibacterial properties. Copper sulfate (green) is added to swimming pool water, and a small amount of copper sulfate is added to livestock feed to prevent the propagation of bacteria and the spread of contact. The door handles of foreign hotels and hospitals are made of copper alloy, the purpose of which is to reduce the spread of bacteria.