Cuprous chloride | Article about cuprous chloride by The Free Dictionary
cuprous chloride[′kyü·prəs ′klȯr‚īd]
CuCl or Cu2Cl2 Green, tetrahedral crystals, insoluble in water. Also known as copper chloride; resin of copper.
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The chlorideion content is then increased by adding sodium chloride, which enhances conductivity and minimizes the possibility of the precipitation of cuprous chloride
, and the solution is sent to the Metchlor electrolysis cell as advance catholyte.