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cupric

(kyo͞o`prĭk), coppercopper,
metallic chemical element; symbol Cu [Lat. cuprum=copper]; at. no. 29; at. wt. 63.546; m.p. 1,083.4°C;; b.p. 2,567°C;; sp. gr. 8.96 at 20°C;; valence +1 or +2. Copper and some of its alloys have been used by humanity since the Bronze Age.
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 in the +2 valencevalence,
combining capacity of an atom expressed as the number of single bonds the atom can form or the number of electrons an element gives up or accepts when reacting to form a compound.
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 state.

cupric

[′kyü·prik]
(chemistry)
The divalent ion of copper.

cupric

of or containing copper in the divalent state
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'We worked closely with Cupric Canyon in the project's front-end engineering and design phase to establish a capital-efficient design and execution plan for the project,' said Tony Morgan, president of Fluor's Mining & Metals business.
The macerated leaves and Soxhlet radix extracts showed the highest DPPH radical scavenging and cupric reducing antioxidant activity, respectively.
Also, nitrogen application at higher rates negatively affected the antioxidant activities such as ferric cyanate reduction, cupric ions ([Cu.sup.2+]) reducing capacity with CUPRAC method, [Fe.sup.3+] reducing capacity according to FRAP method, ferrous ions ([Fe.sup.2+]) chelating activity, superoxide anion radical, and 2'-azino-bis(3-ethylbenzothiazoline-6-sulfonic acid) ([ABTS.sup.+]) radical removing activity.
Cupric citrate (30 to 60 mg/kg) is an efficient copper supplement due to a relative low supplemental dosage required to maintain a high level of growth performance, antioxidant status and low tissue residues.
The Zone 5 mine will initially feed the near-by Boseto copper concentrator, which was acquired as part of Cupric's purchase of Discovery Copper Botswana ("DCB") announced in July 2015.
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Vetumperumal, "Study of structural and optical properties of cupric oxide nanoparticles," Applied Nanoscience, vol.
In these experiments, 0 g, 0.005 g, 0.01 g, 0.02 g, and 0.04 g of cupric nitrate were each dissolved in 1 mL of deionized water, and then 1 g of [Ti.sub.3][C.sup.2] powder (prepared according to the literature [18]) was added.
Karademir, "Novel total antioxidant capacity index for dietary polyphenols and vitamins C and E, using their cupric ion reducing capability in the presence of neocuproine: CUPRAC method," Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, vol.
When Benedict's qualitative reagent is heated with eight drops of urine, glucose present in urine reduces cupric ions present in reagent to cuprous ions.
Methods: The CuO NPs were synthesized via a facile and cost-effective precipitation method using cupric acetate (monohydrate) (CuAc [sub]2 .2H [sub]2 O), sodium hydroxide, and glacial acetic acid.
Each tested aliquot, before and after cryopreservation, was centrifuged at 300 g for 5 min and the supernatant (cell-free seminal plasma) was tested for total antioxidant capacity using the cupric ion reducing antioxidant capacity (CUPRAC) method.