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Why does stainless steel cookware often have a layer of copper or aluminium on the bottom?

Why does stainless steel cookware often have a layer of copper or aluminium on the bottom?

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REENU SIVADARSHINI.M
118 Points
2 years ago
the stainless steel cookware does not spread the heat evenly , therefore to spread the heat a copper bottom is used  so that  the food is cooked effectively and feasibly.
 
Vikas TU
14149 Points
2 years ago
Since the material does not adequately spread the heat itself, stainless steel cookware is generally made as a cladding of stainless steel on both sides of an aluminum or copper core to conduct the heat across all sides, thereby reducing "hot spots", or with a disk of copper or aluminum on just the base to conduct

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