cupric hydroxide

cupric hydroxide

[′kyü·prik hī′dräk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
Cu(OH)2 Blue macro- or microscopic crystals; used as a mordant and pigment, in manufacture of many copper salts, and for staining paper. Also known as copper hydroxide.
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noted that PVA-Cu(II) complex consisted of cupric hydroxide colloidal cluster established and enveloped by PVA chains in such a way that nonpolar methylene and methane groups comprised the periphery of the particle (24).