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The basic animated[1] structure of copper, symbol Cu, an atom comprised of 29 protons, 35 neutrons, and 29 electrons.

In chemistry, copper (TR:73) (LH:2) (TL:75), symbol Cu, the 29th element (Z:29) of the periodic table, mass of 65.35 amu, is an atom comprised of 29 protons, 35 neutrons, and 29 electrons, with an electron structure: [Ar] 3d10 4s1.


See main: Elemental composition of humans; Thims periodic table

In humans, copper is the 16th most dominant element, by mass composition (0.0003% mass), of the 26-elements in the standard human molecular formula. [2]


The following are related quotes:

“The will of the copper, claimed and preoccupied by the electrical opposition to the iron, leaves unused the opportunity that presents itself for its chemical affinity for oxygen and carbonic acid, behaves exactly as the will does in a person who abstains from an action to which he would otherwise feel moved, in order to perform another to which he is urged by a stronger motive.”
Arthur Schopenhauer (1844), The World as Will and Representation (pg. 297) [3]

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See also


  1. Copper –
  2. Thims, Libb. (2008). The Human Molecule (GB) (Amz) (Iss) (elemental composition table, pgs. 52-55). LuLu.
  3. Schopenhauer, Arthur. (1844). The World as Will and Representation, Volume II (translator: E.F.J. Payne) (pg. 300). Dover, 1969.

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