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Copper foil, Oxygen-Free High Conductivity (OFHC), alloy 101 is used for automotive rectifiers, transistor component bases, high resistance-ratio cryogenic shunts, wave guides, hollow conductors, anodes for vacuum tubes, coaxial cable, coaxial tube, klystrons, microwave tubes, bus bars, lead-in wire, vacuum seals and glass-to-metal seals.
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Kim,J.S.; Huh,H. Evaluation of the Material Properties of an OFHC Copper Film at High Strain Rates Using a Micro-Testing Machine. Experimental Mechanics. 2011, 51, (6),845-855