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It doesn't matter any more than does the difference between a 10 foot cord and a 10 foot 1 inch cord matter?
That's not what the OP is asking though. 4N = 99.99% as far as I know.
Google "what does four N purity mean.. 'four nines' means 99.99%. 2 nines means 99%.So some wire says 99.9999 that is six nines.(If you just write in what does four n mean, you get all industrial down time stuff.)
OFC copper is not free of oxygen, it's more like reduced oxygen content and refers to the smelting process used. 6N or 4N or rough pitch copper all refer to the amount of impurities within the copper. Single crystal or OCC copper refer to the number of grain boundaries within annealed copper wire. Material is a component of how a cable sounds, but it's usually swamped by geometry, dielectric, and connectors.
This is my copper of choice, multiple gauges available http://www.soniccraft.com/product_info.php/neotech-solid-upocc-copper-in-teflon-24-awg-red-p-1593
Hi Steve,Ni is used in OFC?
what if some one burped into the chamber before closing door after eating pork.
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