copper acetate

copper acetate

[′käp·ər ′as·ə‚tāt]
(organic chemistry)
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A solution of metal salt, copper acetate monohydrate (10 mmol) and palladium chloride, platinum chloride (5 mmol each) in 10 ml aqueous methanol was added dropwise to the ligand solution under reflux for further 3h at 50AdegC to 60AdegC.
Iron nitrate, nickel acetate, zinc acetate, copper acetate, citric acid, ethylene glycol, and DI water were used as starting materials.
The reagents agar-agar, copper acetate, and silver nitrate are of analytical grade and were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich.
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.2.1 Prepration of LigandEquimolar quantities of ethylacetoacetate andtriethylorthoformate were mixed in 250ml flask and heated for half an hour at 1200C.
Copper acetate monohydrate [Cu([C.sub.2][H.sub.3][[O.sub.2)].sub.2][H.sub.2]O] (98.0%) was obtained from Alfa Aesar, o-hydroxycinnamic acid [o-(OH)[C.sub.6][H.sub.4]CHCHC[O.sub.2]H](98%), m-hydroxycinnamic acid [m-(OH)[C.sub.6][H.sub.4]CHCHC[O.sub.2]H] (98%), and p-hydroxycinnamic acid [p-(OH)[C.sub.6][H.sub.4]CHCHC[O.sub.2] H] (98%) (All isomers were predominantly trans) were obtained from Aldrich Chemical Co.
Silver nitrate (AgN[O.sub.3], 99.99% purity), copper acetate (Cu[(C[H.sub.3]COO).sub.2], 97%), aniline monomer ([C.sub.6][H.sub.5]N[H.sub.2]), and polyvinyl alcohol (PVA, 99% hydrolysis and molar weight 85,000-124,000 g/mol) were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich Chemicals.
[10] used sol-gel dip coating technique to prepare [Cu.sub.2]O film with copper acetate and ethanol without any additive.
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.
Southern pine sapwood wafers were treated with copper sulfate, copper acetate, and ammoniacal copper carbonate, all with 1 percent elemental copper in the waterborne solution, with and without 2 percent PVOH.
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