oxygen-free copper


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oxygen-free copper

[′äk·sə·jən ¦frē ′käp·ər]
(metallurgy)
Pure copper having a conductivity greater than that of copper containing impurities such as cuprous oxide; used for the construction of high-power electron tubes because it does not release appreciable gas when hot.
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All these tasks need to be addressed during the melting of ultrapure oxygen-free copper in induction channel furnaces, in particular in the UPCAST furnaces [6], the application of which is expanded due to a number of technological advantages.
The alternating voltage travels from the amplifier signal to the cup through insulated, silver-coated, oxygen-free copper cables which Sennheiser states offer the optimum conductivity of signal.
There are 8mm Neodymium high-performance drivers, tangle resistant rubber cables with oxygen-free copper, machined anodized aluminum body, and separate remote & mic for increased vocal clarity and reduced noise.
Figure 4 shows the composition of the magnetocaloric slabs laminated with Gd sheets and oxygen-free copper sheets.
The Cedynia copper rolling mill, which produces 230,000 mt/y of copper wire rod, including approximately 17,000 mt/y of specialty oxygen-free copper rod.
Oxygen-free copper rods which we ourselves produce will be a key input for the speciality cables to be produced by the joint venture.
The units are forged from pure aluminum and oxygen-free copper.
Tech Note: UltraCool P pin fin heat sinks are forged from pure aluminum and oxygen-free copper.
Oxygen-free copper wire inductors for low direct current resistance and low loss that results in strong, tight bass response and clean mid and high frequency output.
The use of oxygen-free copper provides a conductivity premium of over 100 percent when compared to identically structured aluminum heat sinks.

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