Yeah. I know I'm continuing this OT discussion of metals, but I neglected to include that Aluminum is the most common metal in the earth's crust (uh... what about silicon? It must be because Al occurs in so many different molecules, though it was once obtained via electrolysis of cryolite (Potassium Aluminum Sulfate), a method which isn't as cost-effective as some others these days, and Sn is usually (?) found in cassiterite (Tin dioxide).@danlock - hehe, I did forget to put "aluminum" in front of foil... and capitalize the first letter of the "Faraday" proper noun. Yes the pouch works quite well with the car remote.
A really fun site for comparing elements BTW...
Compare Tin vs Aluminium on the basis of their different propertiesmetals.comparenature.com
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Went offsite for Critical Temp...
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(8720 - 15,380℉)
...I think I see why they didn't graph that.
My most-recent card has chip, swipe, and near-field methods present, and it's a few years old. There are too many places where the swipe is required because either 1. the "dip" (stick it in the bottom front, wait, remove when told) method is not working or 2. I'm using a gift card which has only magnetic strip or manual entry of digits. I guess that "new" card also can be used by manually entering the digits, giving it four methods of operation.