cupric chloride

cupric chloride

[′kyü·prik ′klȯr‚īd]
(inorganic chemistry)
Also known as copper chloride.
CuCl2 Yellowish-brown, deliquescent powder soluble in water, alcohol, and ammonium chloride.
CuCl2· H2O A dihydrate of cupric chloride forming green crystals soluble in water; used as a mordant in dyeing and printing textile fabrics and in the refining of copper, gold, and silver.
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Copper Oxychloride, which is also known as basic cupric chloride, having chemical formula CuCl23Cu(OH)2 is found in natural minerals and also produced synthetically.
Tenders are invited for Supply of cupric chloride lr grade cupric chloride for etching
The most commonly used etchants by flexible circuit manufacturers are cupric chloride, ferric chloride, and to a lesser extent some ammoniacal etchants.
However, materials such as stainless steels, beryllium copper, copper-cladded materials, bi- and tri-metals, and nickel and brass alloys can be etched readily by using aqueous solutions with ferric chloride or cupric chloride.
Officials captured the cupric chloride before it flowed into a storm drain near FTG Circuits at 20750 Marilla St.
1] sulphuric acid at 60[degrees]C Cupric chloride 200 g [l.
This innovative process utilizes a leaching medium of cupric chloride and halogen complexes (eg.
The product has resolution capability down to 60um and is compatible with most etches, including BOE, HF and cupric chloride.
Chemcut Corporation, the United States' leading manufacturer and supplier of Develop/Etch/Strip equipment, announces that Holaday Circuits, printed circuit board manufacturer, purchased a new Chemcut CC 8000 cupric chloride Develop-Etch-Strip system for their facility in Minnetonka, Minnesota.
DBA Speedy Circuits and Metro Circuits), printed circuit board manufacturers, have both installed new Chemcut CC 8000 cupric chloride Develop-Etch-Strip systems in their facilities.
Cupric chloride is removed from the reformed catholyte in the depletion section by contacting it with copper-free organic from the stripping section of the solvent extraction.