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Cu

Symbol, Chemistry.

Origin of Cu

From the Latin word cuprum

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British Dictionary definitions for cu

cu

the internet domain name for

Cuba

Cu

the chemical symbol for

copper

Word Origin for Cu

from Late Latin cuprum

CU

1

abbreviation for

see you

CU

2

abbreviation for

Cuba (international car registration)

cu.

abbreviation for

cubic
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Medicine definitions for cu

Cu

The symbol for the elementcopper
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Science definitions for cu

Cu

The symbol for copper.

copper

[kŏpər]

Cu

A reddish-brown, ductile, malleable metallic element that is an excellent conductor of heat and electricity. It is widely used for electrical wires, water pipes, and rust-resistant parts, either in its pure form or in alloys such as brass and bronze. Atomic number 29; atomic weight 63.546; melting point 1,083°C; boiling point 2,595°C; specific gravity 8.96; valence 1, 2. See Periodic Table. See Note at element.
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