RE: Aluminum magnet wire?

On Fri, 17 Sep 1999, Tesla List wrote:

> Many years back, aluminum was used for the electrical 
> wiring in buildings, but this practice was stopped because
> aluminum's resistance to electrical flow increases dramatically
> as it ages and oxidizes.
Also, aluminum tends to 'creep', so that a once tight joint becomes quite
loose over time.  TTYL!

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