The article says the copper is an insulator and not a conductor.
The article does not say whether the copper has been manufactured with a conductive coating or not.
It is also not clear whether the conductive coatings are better at preventing heat from escaping than copper sheeting.
It says the coating could provide up to 50 per cent more energy for an average application, but this is an average, not a scientific measurement.
In other words, it depends on the application.
The copper is said to have good electrical conductivity in the range of 2.4 to 3.6 volts per meter.
The average of this is around 2.5 volts.
It has been reported to provide about 50 per a cent better insulation than copper, but there are many ways in which this could be misleading.
The article says that this is a typical application for an insulating copper sheet, but that there are other applications for which this is less useful.
The insulation is said in the article to be better than sheeting on glass, and is said not to provide a better insulator.
But the article also says that glass has a higher thermal conductivity than copper.
The problem is that the article does say that glass can be made with a higher electrical conductance than copper or copper sheet.
So, if you are looking at an insulative copper sheet it might be worth having a look at glass for its thermal conductors.
This article also gives an indication of what the thermal conductivities of copper and copper sheet are.
The temperature in which the copper conducts heat is about 200°C, while the thermal resistivity of copper is around 20 per cent.
So if you have a sheet of copper, you might need a heat shield for a certain amount of time.
The thermal conductances of the two metals are about equal.
The thermal resistivities of the copper sheet and the copper alloy can be higher, though.
The amount of heat that can be trapped in a thermal shield is dependent on the amount of copper in the insulation.
It can be used to heat an object or to shield a device or a device from the heat.