Cupro-nickel is the gray-colored alloy used in American coins. In clad dimes, quarters, and half dollars, it is bonded to a core of copper, while a nickel is made entirely of curo-nickel. It’s made up of 25% nickel and 75% copper. In other countries that use it is made up of 20% and 80% copper.

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