copper sulfide


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copper sulfide

[′käp·ər ′səl‚fīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
CuS Black, monoclinic or hexagonal crystals that break down at 220°C; used in paints on ship bottoms to prevent fouling.
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Copper sulfide nanoparticles, whose surface was modified with the organophilic compound of thioglycolic acid, have been used in the polymeric bed in this research.
When the ice melted on Wild-2, the resulting warm water dissolved minerals that were present at the time and precipitated the iron and copper sulfide minerals we observed in our study," says Lauretta.
The x-ray powder diffraction results unambiguously identified this substance as a copper sulfide phase.
These ligands are then replaced with clusters of metal chalcogenides, such as copper sulfide.
Both copper sulfide and silver sulfide can form black marks on the skin.
Formation of copper sulfide layers on the surface of polyethylene films of various density by the use of polythionic acids.
Previously, copper sulfide was being used for the solid electrolyte in NanoBridge(R); however the following issues remained through its use.
A conductive polyvinyl alcohol fiber comprising a polyvinyl alcohol polymer and copper sulfide nano-particles was patented.
This copper sulfide formed a weak, brittle bond with the underlying brass plated steel cord and was deleterious to good adhesion.
Working with Louisiana Tech University assistant professor Long Que, UT Arlington associate physics professor Wei Chen and graduate students Santana Bala Lakshmanan and Chang Yang synthesized a combination of copper sulfide nanoparticles and single-walled carbon nanotubes.
Mining of nickel and copper sulfide ores in the region of Sudbury started about 100 years ago.