0.5mm Silver Plating Copper Wire Silver White Good Conductivity for
Silver-plated copper wire is called silver-plated copper wire or
silver-plated wire in some occasions. It is a thin wire drawn by a
wire drawing machine after being plated with silver on oxygen-free
copper wire or low-oxygen copper wire.
Silver-plated copper wire is silver-plated on high-quality
oxygen-free copper or drawn. It has excellent electrical
conductivity, thermal conductivity, corrosion resistance and high
temperature oxidation resistance. Silver-plated copper wire is
widely used in electronics, communications, aerospace, military and
other fields to reduce the contact resistance of metal surfaces and
improve welding performance. Silver has high chemical stability,
can resist alkali and some organic acids, and does not interact
with oxygen in general air. It is also easy to polish and has
strong reflective ability, so the silver coating is also commonly
used in tableware and musical instruments , Jewelry and all kinds
of handicraft decoration. However, in the presence of sulfides or
halides, silver easily loses its luster.
Copper is the second most conductive metal in the world behind
silver, but due to its abundance and how easy it is to work with,
copper is considered the standard in electrical work. Copper is
also the standard by which all other conductive metals are judged.
In 1913, the International Electro-Technical Commission set its
conductivity at 100 percent of the International Annealed Copper
Standard (IACS). The metal resists galvanic corrosion – the gradual
deterioration of one metal in electrical contact with another metal
– and is durable enough that it avoids stretching, nicks and
breaks. However, copper is not invincible.
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