What Element Is Found in the US Penny?

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Nickel is an element that is used in the manufacture of the United States penny. The penny is sometimes referred to as a nickel. Nickel is a chemical element, with the chemical symbol Ni and atomic number 28. It is a silvery-white lustrous metal with a slight golden tinge. It is one of the four elements that are ferromagnetic around room temperature, the other three being iron, cobalt and gadolinium.
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the element that is found in the U.S penny is copper. Correction. Elements in US 1¢ coins: Large cents, 1793 to 1857: copper. Small cents, 1856 to mid-1864: copper, with about
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I always pick them up. There are loads around my school and in the High Street that no-one ever bothers to pick up, but so far since September I have raised £1.16 - not bad
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Stars and Stripes! And I'm not even American lol. umm but out of the options you've said I'd go with pattern and rhythm.
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