cupric nitrate

cupric nitrate

[′kyü·prik ′nī‚trāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
Cu(NO3)2·3H2O Green powder or blue crystals soluble in water; used in electroplating copper on iron. Also known as copper nitrate.
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In this study, [Ti.sub.3][C.sup.2]/Ti[O.sub.2]/CuO ternary nanocomposites were successfully fabricated using cupric nitrate decomposition with [Ti.sub.3][C.sup.2] under an argon atmosphere.
In these experiments, 0 g, 0.005 g, 0.01 g, 0.02 g, and 0.04 g of cupric nitrate were each dissolved in 1 mL of deionized water, and then 1 g of [Ti.sub.3][C.sup.2] powder (prepared according to the literature [18]) was added.
The oxygen came from the adsorbed water and the thermal-decomposition of cupric nitrate. Because of the low content and the small crystalline size of CuO in the nano composites, the XRD signal was weak and may have been covered by the robust signal of Ti[O.sub.2] and [Ti.sub.3][C.sup.2].
With an increase in the cupric nitrate content, the density of the particulates on [Ti.sub.3][C.sup.2] increased.
The photocatalytic activity of the nanocomposites was enhanced with an increase in the cupric nitrate content and was best when 0.01 g of cupric nitrate was added.
The Cu(II)ninhydrin reagent was prepared by dissolving cupric nitrate (25 mmol/L) and ninhydrin (1% w/v) in a minimum quantity of a mixture of water and glacial acetic acid (3: 1 v/v) and diluted with required amount of acetone.
Orange-gold Cupric nitrate 32 Silver carbonate 3 Red ochre 30 China clay 30 Silver/Gold Silver carbonate 20 Calcined china clay 64 Yellow ochre 12 Alumina hydrate 4 Red-gold Copper sulphide 19 Silver carbonate 2 Ferric oxide 16 China clay 63 The china clay is calcined on its own, but the remaining ingredients are mixed, then calcined.
Chemicals like cupric nitrate will also be used to give the bronze an aged appearance.