copper carbonate

copper carbonate

[′käp·ər ′kär·bə‚nāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
Cu2(OH)2CO3 A toxic, green powder; decomposes at 200°C and is soluble in acids; used in pigments and pyrotechnics and as a fungicide and feed additive. Also known as artificial malachite; cupric carbonate; mineral green.
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These include: salt and seaweed, which produce a yellow / orange colour; copper wire / copper scrubbies produce red, banana peel equals a peach colour, copper carbonate for red and cobalt for blue.
In 2003, the company was producing approximately 400 mt/y of copper carbonate and 200 mt/y of cobalt carbonate.
50am after around 500 litres of copper carbonate leaked from a parked container on the A470 near Storey Arms.
July 16 2010 -- UK food safety authorities have detected polychlorobifenyls (PCBs) in copper carbonate from Israel in a consignment of feed premix.
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.
Serious mining to exploit the rich near-surface copper carbonate veins began shortly thereafter.
This layer is now blue-green--the result of the metal reacting with water mid air to create copper carbonate.
Hydrometallurgical plants use a variety of byproducts, including circuit board scrap and bimetallics, to make cupric oxide, copper sulfate and copper carbonate.
Using painstakingly careful analysis, Proust showed in 1799 that copper carbonate contained definite proportions, by weight, of copper, carbon, and oxygen, no matter how it was prepared in the laboratory or how it was isolated from nature.
Old Bridge Chemicals produces a variety of inorganic chemicals including copper sulfate (both liquid and crystal), copper carbonate, tri-basic copper sulfate, zinc chloride, zinc sulfate (both liquid and powder), zinc orthophosphates and phosphoric acid.
Through previous experiments with oil spot black, Nuka and copper carbonate glazes, Cherrico was familiar with the combined effects of these glazes.