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cupric

(kyo͞o`prĭk), coppercopper,
metallic chemical element; symbol Cu [Lat. cuprum=copper]; at. no. 29; at. wt. 63.546; m.p. 1,083.4°C;; b.p. 2,567°C;; sp. gr. 8.96 at 20°C;; valence +1 or +2. Copper and some of its alloys have been used by humanity since the Bronze Age.
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 in the +2 valencevalence,
combining capacity of an atom expressed as the number of single bonds the atom can form or the number of electrons an element gives up or accepts when reacting to form a compound.
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 state.

cupric

[′kyü·prik]
(chemistry)
The divalent ion of copper.

cupric

of or containing copper in the divalent state
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The adopted method for the production nCOP was the room temperature chemical reduction of cupric ([Cu.
Researchers first exposed radishes and two ryegrasses to both cupric oxide nanoparticles and larger-sized cupric oxide particles (bigger than 100 nanometers) as well as to simple copper ions.
Cupric oxide (also known as copper (II) oxide or CuO) is a compound that has been used for many years as a pigment for coloring glass and ceramics, as a polish for optics, and as a catalyst in the manufacture of rayon.
The cupric reducing power of the plant extract shows good increase at the beginning while increasing the concentration and the increasing trend sustain with concentration.
was carrying large, heavy totes of cupric sulfate, a corrosive liquid that is used in copper-plating, wet-cell batteries, insecticides, fungicides and algicides, said Edmund Coletta, spokesman for the state Department of Environmental Protection.
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Experimental studies demonstrate that structural Fe(III) in magnetite and ilmenite heterogeneously reduce aqueous ferric, cupric, vanadate, and chromate ions all the oxide surfaces over a pH range of 1-7 at 25[degrees]C.
McBride MB (2001) Cupric ion activity in peat soil as a toxicity indicator for maize.
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