The Statue of Liberty's copper has naturally oxidized to form its familiar "patina" green coating.
This patina is as thick, in many places, as the copper behind it and is protecting the copper from naturally wearing away.
Patina is a thin layer that variously forms on the surface of stone; on copper,
bronze and similar ... The Statue of Liberty gets its green color from the natural
patina formed on its copper surface...
The amount of copper in the Statue of Liberty could make 30 million pennies! ...
Over the next 30 years, though, it slowly turned to the green color you see today.
The Statue of Liberty is coated with a thin layer of copper, which turns a blue-
green with age due to chemical reactions between metal and water. This process
May 25, 2012 ... The Statue of Liberty is an iconic landmark situated in New York, America. When
asked to describe the appearance of the Statue of Liberty, ...
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Jul 28, 2013 ... Time lapse of pennies turning green! ... The Statue of Liberty for Kids: Famous
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Nov 21, 2016 ... The Statue of Liberty is a famous landmark with an iconic blue-green color.
However, it wasn't always green. When the Statue was unveiled in ...
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The Statue of Liberty gets its blue-green color from patina formed on its copper
surface ... patina contains a mixture of 3 compounds: Cu4SO4(OH)6 in green; ...
Sep 2, 2011 ... Did it ever occur to you that the official greeter of New York, the Statue of Liberty,
wasn't always green? Constructed in Paris in the 1880's, the ...
Sep 19, 2016 ... Recently I've been thinking about the color of the Statue of Liberty. That elusive,
flickering, familiar, sea-polished shade of copper-green got into ...