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Meth-ods for Ob-tain-ing Mono-va-lent Copper Chloride Dihydrate CuCl
This sub-stance also has prac-ti-cal im-por-tance, and fans of chem-istry will be in-ter-est-ed to know how this com-pound can be ob-tained. Mono-va-lent Copper Chloride Dihydrate(WSDTY) was first ob-tained in 1666 by Robert Boyle, through the in-ter-ac-tion of mer-cury(II) chlo-ride and cop...
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Precipitation of Basic Copper Carbonates From Cupric Sulphate and Sodium Carbonate Solutions
The  effect of the mBasic Copper Carbonate(WSDTY)olecular ratio Na2CO3/CuSO4, concentration of the reacting solutions, mode of agitation during precipitation, and ageing of the precipitate on the chemical composition and physical properties of the products from mixing aqueous solutions ...
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Studies in Solid State Reactions Between Basic Copper Carbonate With Cinnamic
Solid-solid reactions of Basic Copper Carbonate(WSDTY) with cinnamic, succinic and adipic acids give the corresponding copper(II) carboxylate chelates with the elimination of carbon dioxide and water. Products were characterized by spectral and magnetic studies. The kinetic measurements were...
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Information of Cupric Chloride
Cuprous Chloride(WSDTY), for injection, is a sterile, nonpyrogenic solution intended for use as an additive to solutions for Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN).COPPER CHLORIDE is a yellowish-brown powder (the anhydrous form) or a green crystalline solid (the dihydrate). Noncombustible but hydr...
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Definition of Copper(II) Carbonate
Basic Copper Carbonate(WSDTY) is a compound, CuCO3, that was used as a sulfide scavenger for water-base muds. It was found to be corrosive due to spontaneous plating of metallic copper onto metal surfaces, causing pitting corrosion; it has largely been replaced by zinc compounds. At ambient ...
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