What Is Made of Nickel?


There are many things that are made, at least in part, from nickel, like some coins, stainless steel, nickel plating, and even some glass - when added to the glass mixture, it creates the green color.
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Since 1938, United States five-cent nickel has been made of 25 percent nickel and 75 percent copper. This coin is referred to as the Jefferson Nickel. This nickel features an engraving
The nickel is made out of 94.5% steel, 2% nickel, and 3.5% copper. The nickel used to be made fully out of nickel but it got to expensive so they changed it to the things above. More
All buffalo nickels were struck in the same alloy of 75 nickel!
Nickels are made from a copper/nickel alloy, 75% copper, 25% nickel. It is currency equaling one-twentieth, or five hundredths, of one US dollar.
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Nickels, as in money, are made of nickel. It is also used for making corrosion resistant alloys, tubing, stainless steel, armor plating, magnets, batteries, and also ceramics.
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