Copper's comeback

Kinsler, Christen
September 1996
Ward's Auto World;Sep96, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p61
Trade Publication
Reports that new electrical and electronics applications are fueling copper's recovery from aluminum's 1980s takeover of the automotive radiator industry. Use of copper in electrical distribution systems; Growing demand for copper required by small motors; Successful tests of a copper and brass radiator.


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