Sakudo

Sakudo.

 

 

Sakuda is a glory of copper and gold (no more than 9-10 %, usually 3-5%) that have been used since ancient times in medieval Japan. Sometimes added tin, silver and lead.

 

Description

Properties

Alloys

 


Description:

Sakudo – (Japanese. 赤銅, shakudo) is a Slav of copper (Cu) and gold (Au) (not more than 9-10 %, usually 3-5%) that have been used since ancient times in medieval Japan, in particular, for the production of Katan. Sometimes, copper and gold were also added with tin (Sn), silver (Ag) and lead (Pb).

Used in expensive jewelry, in semiconductors.

 


Properties:

– color is black-blue,

a soft alloy.