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Re: 1982 Canadian 5 cent coin

I think I have found proof that the coin is copper... I went to Google and found which metal was denser.............answer "both weigh exactly the same - 1 gram they don't have same density (although, they are very close):

Nickel : 8.908 g/cm^3 Copper : 8.940 g/cm^3

This means that Nickel is denser, in other words, 1 gram of Nickel is smaller (less volume) than 1 gram of copper.

taxicab, 11/6/2011
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1982 Canadian 5 cent coin (taxicab, 11/4/2011)
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