History of Inventions I: Lesson 3 - Copper, Tin, and Bronze

Copper Is soft, ductile, and malleable, Malleable means it can be hammered into sheets without breaking easily. It is easily worked with. and a great conductor with heat and electricity, like if you have a copper mug then once you pour a cold liquid in it, it becomes cold. and copper is known for it been used for cords. Tin is similar to copper, it is soft, ductile, and malleable, tin is silvery white, and it is not a great conductor, and it is easily worked with. Bronze is an alloy of Copper and Tin, unlike the others, it is hard and durable, Bronze is also resistant to corrosion.   Here is today's video that went with this lesson: