copper hydroxide


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copper hydroxide

[′käp·ər hī′dräk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
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As is routine in many commercial operations, the grove was periodically sprayed with petroleum oil and copper hydroxide to control greasy spot, a fungal disease that defoliates citrus.
Hazzard recommended that organic growers use a product that contains copper hydroxide.
4) Copper oxide conversion technology: Technology for converting copper chloride and copper hydroxide into copper oxide using a reaction treatment.
Firstly, we synthesized a layer-like material from copper hydroxide," he added.
The company makes a needle punched nonwoven with a value added chemical component called Spin Out, made from copper hydroxide.
There are about 40 types of copper salts in China, of which copper sulphate pentahydrate, copper oxychloride, copper hydroxide and bordeaux mixture are four major copper salts applied in agriculture.
radiata adults when parasitoids were sprayed directly (acute toxicity) or exposed to the residues (residual toxicity) of these adjuvants alone and in combination with petroleum oil, copper hydroxide, abamectin, and imidacloprid under laboratory conditions.
Treating solutions were prepared by dissolving copper hydroxide (CuII: 56% to 57%, Aldrich) and monoethanolamine (MEA, [greater than or equal to]99%, Aldrich) at a molar ratio of amine to copper of 4:1 in deionized water.
In water solution, copper will reaction with trace hydroxide to form copper hydroxide, Cu(OH)2.
Meanwhile, a commercial grower is applying a nonwoven material laminated with a copper hydroxide product that will prevent weed roots from growing or establishing themselves.
However, once in contact with the wood, this readily decomposes forming an ethanolamine-copper-wood complex, a copper-wood compound or simple copper precipitates, (such as copper hydroxide or carbonate).
Copper, applied as copper hydroxide, is the most widely used fungicide-bactericide for control of tomato diseases.