What Is a Cell Phone Made out of?

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Cell phones are made up of many different components which when put together make the mobile phone. They have a printed circuit board, which supports electric components using conductive tracks. The conductive tracks are made from copper sheets. They also have a rechargeable battery that is made up of nickel, zinc, copper and cadmium. They have a liquid crystal display which contains mercury. They have a plastic casing that is usually an acrylonitrile butadiene styrene, a polycarbonate or a combination of the two.
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