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When a copper object remains in damp air for a considerable time, a green coating is formed on its surface because copper reacts slowly with the carbon dioxide and water of air to form a green coating of basic copper carbonate on the surface of the object. The formation of this green coating of basic copper carbonate corrodes it. This process is known as corrosion of copper.

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