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US one-cent coins (after 1982) are not a sandwich of copper and cupronickel. They are a lozenge of zinc surrounded by bronze. They will not work in any way similar to what is described here. (Prior to 1982, also no... they were all bronze and no zinc in the middle, you just end up with bronze alloy.)
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