Discovery of Copper
Copper, atomic number 29, has a mass of 63.546 au.
Copper had its earliest use in about 9000 BCE, and the oldest sample dates from 6000 BCE. It was discovered by Middle East workers and the earliest sample is from Anatolia.
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