Uses: Metals such as aluminium are suitable for saucepans due to the fact that it conducts heat and electricity.
Copper is commonly used for building wire because of its conductivity, strength, and reliability. Over the life of a building wire system, copper can also be the most economical conductor
Iron is used to make cars and bridges because it is hard, with a high tensile strength
Pure tungsten has some amazing properties including the highest melting point (3695 K), lowest vapor pressure, and greatest tensile strength out of all the metals.Because of these properties it is the most commonly used material for light bulb filaments.