copper chloride


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copper chloride

[′käp·ər ′klȯr‚īd]
(inorganic chemistry)
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Relative bioavailability of copper in tribasic copper chloride to copper in copper sulfate for laying hens based on egg yolk and feather copper concentrations.
Effects of copper sulfate, tri-basic copper chloride, and zinc oxide on weanling pig performance.
However, it decreases when the content of copper chloride is more than 4 wt%.
However, it decreases when the copper chloride was 20 wt%.
White pine samples treated with copper chloride alone increased 2.
g] decreases when complexes are produced with the following divalent transition metal chlorides: cobalt chloride hexahydrate, nickel chloride hexahydrate, copper chloride dihydrate ind anhydrous zinc chlorkde.
The researchers dropped a pellet of calcium chloride doped with copper chloride into a solution of sodium carbonate.
Stucky and his coworkers recently reported that the tiny jaws of the bloodworm, Glycera dibranchiata, contain the copper chloride mineral called atacamite, which makes the structures particularly strong (SN: 11/9/02, p.
The worm's version of this strong, lightweight copper chloride mineral, known as atacamite, may serve as a model for the design of new synthetic materials, says coauthor Galen D.
This phenomenon, coupled with an earlier study showing that the patina contained a copper chloride mineral, prompted him to investigate the various conditions under which the patina's different minerals form.
It consists mainly of brochantite and a basic copper chloride called atacamite, CuCl.
Copper chlorides and copper oxides (gained weight) in the tested temperature range.