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why is copper used for electrical wiring?
The have writen 'Copper is a good conductor of electricity.'
Is this correct?

Yes, copper is a good conductor of electricity. It also is ductile (easily drawn into wires) (extruded), copper ore is realitively plentiful, etc.

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