Whats the Difference Between Copper and Brass?
In this video, we will learn the difference between bronze, copper and brass. Jason is the operations and development manager for Metal Supermarkets, which is a convenience store for metal. He will teach us what makes different metals different from one another and how you can tell.
Starting with copper, it has good strength and formability. Copper is mostly used as an electrical and thermal conductor. It is corrosion-resistant and can kill more than 99.9% of bacteria within 2 hours of contact, which makes it very safe. You may use items made from copper in your day-to-day life, such as pots and pans and any appliance that has copper wires or electrical motors.
Brass, on the other hand, is a copper alloy, so it does consist of copper and zinc. Not all brass is red like copper, it can also be yellow. Brass is mostly used for decorative purposes because it looks a lot like gold. This metal has high workability and density as well.
To learn more about these two metals and about bronze, watch this entire video to learn from an expert. You may be surprised what common household items you have been using are made out of these metals.