copper chloride


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copper chloride

[′käp·ər ′klȯr‚īd]
(inorganic chemistry)
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Figure 2 shows FTIR spectra of the bacterial cellulose nanocomposites polymerized with pyrrole using copper chloride as the oxidizing agent with different molar ratios and Py concentrations.
Copper chloride and the relevant ligands were used in 1: 1 and 1: 2 ratios to synthesize the desired metal complexes (Figure 2).
(3) The introduction of cupric ions: Saturated copper chloride solution was added into the previously mixed solution and the contents of [CuCl.sub.2] were 2, 4, 6, 8, and 20 wt%, respectively, in the total weight of PVA, [SiO.sub.2], and [CuCl.sub.2].
This study examined the possibility of using copper chloride impregnated sorbents developed in our laboratory for mercury emissions control from coal-fired power plants.
The blocks were placed in a beaker with a 5 percent copper chloride (Cu[Cl.sub.2] x 2[H.sub.2]O) solution and vacuum impregnated at 14.7 kPa for 30 minutes.
Dr Lee said the battery, made from paper steeped in copper chloride, has "huge market potential".
These residues are very hydroscopic, and are the primary cause of the visible copper chloride corrosion.
Copper(II) sulfate (CuS[O.sub.4]) is widely used in swine diets as growth promoter and dicopper chloride trihydroxide (dCCTH), commonly known as tribasic copper chloride, is also used in swine diets to improve the growth performance of pigs (Shelton et al., 2011).
Copper chloride dihydrate (1.70 g, 10 mmol) was dissolved in 15 ml ethanol.
The green corrosion products on the uncoated sample are copper chloride due to copper reacting with chloride from the salt fog.