copper acetate

copper acetate

[′käp·ər ′as·ə‚tāt]
(organic chemistry)
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After characterizing the newly synthesized ligands with melting point, TLC, IR, H-NMR, UV-Visible, elemental analyses and mass spectral data, they were reacted with copper acetate in 1:2 molar ratio (metal: ligand) to obtain copper (II) complexes (1a-6f).
The synthesized Schiff bases 1-6 were reacted with copper acetate to from their copper(II) complexes (1a-6f) (scheme 3).
In the third experiment, the reaction of copper acetate and L-Arginine was investigated.
ExperimentalAnalytical reagent grade chemicals and solvents includingortho toluidine, ethyl acetoacetate, triethyl orthofromate, Copper acetate, Toluene, Acetic acid, Ethanol, Methanol, Ethyl acetate were purchased from Sigma- Aldrich.
Braga et al [8] reported the use of mechanochemical method for the synthesis of Cu(INA)2 by grinding of copper acetate and isonicotinic acid.
The metal salts used include copper acetate [Cu[(C[H.
PVOH co-addition greatly reduced the copper leached from wood treated with alkaline ammoniacal copper carbonate but not from wood treated with a slightly acidic solution of copper acetate or highly acidic copper sulfate.
KEY WORDS: pigments, medieval iconographers, copper acetate.
Incidently, vertigris is copper acetate and is very soluble in alcohol.
European artists had been painting with a range of green pigments based on copper acetate since the 13th century, and the Chinese had been using malachite since the 9th century.
This may react with copper to produce water-soluble copper acetate with or without complexed amine.
Two solutions of copper acetate in water were prepared to give 0.