copper chloride


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copper chloride

[′käp·ər ′klȯr‚īd]
(inorganic chemistry)
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However, it decreases when the copper chloride was 20 wt%.
PVA/silica hybrid and its complexes with 2 and 4 wt% copper chloride exhibits a relatively large and sharp endothermic curve with a peak at 226.
The tensile strength and Young's modulus of the hybrid increases with increasing amount of copper chloride, while the elongation at break decreases by the addition of copper chloride.
Sectioning treated wood samples visually revealed that copper chloride penetrated the entire inside of samples with the first treatment, but the resins remained on the top surfaces of samples after the second treatment.
The best result was obtained from samples treated with copper chloride and resin R350, with an average weight loss of 4.
For treated samples, the most effective, after CCA, was obtained from samples treated with copper chloride and the resin containing 50 percent of pyrolytic oil.
Copper chloride dihydrate adopts a trans-square-planar configuration [42].
Copper chloride dihydrate, a light blue powder, was purchased from Sigma Chemical Company.
Quaternization of the amino sidegroup by hydrobromide counterions could force copper chloride to function as a very weakly interacting plasticizer that does not coordinate to the chain backbone or disrupt hydrogen bonds between main chain amide groups.
Thus, where rainwater flows, the statue stays light green; elsewhere, a copper chloride mineral gives it a darker, olive hue.
Moreover, Baboian's X-ray analyses of the patina showed no signs of copper chloride even where the statue looked darker.
The copper platings were primarily copper metal for the carboxylates and copper chlorides for the chlorinated compounds.