The best places to take scrap copper include scrap metal dealers such as Earthworks Recycling and Advantage Metals Recycling. Scrap metal dealers pay cash on the spot for scrap copper, with prices based on the current va... More »

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The price per pound of scrap copper varies by region and type of copper being turned in for scrap. As of Oct. 21, 2015, bright copper with more than 99 percent pure copper content is worth between $2.32 and $2.35 per pou... More »

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Scrap copper prices in 2014 ranged from $.76 per pound to $2.20 per pound, according to Rockaway Recycling. The recycling center updates its prices as they change, and a chart featuring copper scrap prices and other scra... More »

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Brass is an alloy that is a mixture of the metals zinc and copper. Using brass makes sense for many manufacturers since it is durable and easily transformed into objects. More »

Bronze is not magnetic, which is due to the fact that it is an alloy composed of copper and tin, neither of which are magnetic. Most metals are not magnetic, with only a few exceptions, such as iron, cobalt and nickel. More »

A solution of vinegar and salt or rapid fixer quickly ages copper, and it is safe to use at home. White vinegar, salt, steel wool, dish soap, paper towels and a sealant are needed to complete the aging process of copper.... More »

Bronze is an alloy composed of copper and tin, though sometimes other substances, such as arsenic, are substituted for the tin. Bronze is harder than pure copper, making it a more durable material for weapons, hardware a... More »