• How is Copper Chloride Dihydrate Obtained

    18-04-2019

    Before we answer the question concerning methods of the synthesis of Copper Chloride Dihydrate in this article, we should note that copper chloride can be bivalent, with the former CuCl, and monovalent, with the formula ...

  • Why does Basic Copper Sulphate Change its Color?

    23-04-2019

    Any change in color of a substance tells us about changes happening in its structure since the latter is responsible for the color itself. As clearly seen from an initial Basic Copper Sulphate formula CuSO4*5H2O, this bl...

  • Adsorption Behavior And Reduction of Copper Acetate on The Surface

    26-04-2019

    We report a novel wet chemistry route to metal coated nanodiamond particles. The technique includes adsorption of Copper Acetate followed by reduction with hydrazine. To understand factors influencing the adsorption of t...

  • What Is Basic Copper Carbonate Used For?

    30-04-2019

    When a copper atom loses one or two of its electrons it forms positively charged ions known as Cu+1 and Cu+2. Whilst ordinary Basic Copper Carbonate contains cupric ion (or Cu+2), it may sometimes contain a chemically si...

  • Resilient Ribonucleases of 8-hydroxyquinoline Copper

    08-05-2019

    8-hydroxyquinoline Copper is a partial inhibitor of RNase and is occasionally added to organic extraction buffers that contain phenol. As an antioxidant, 8-hydroxyquinoline stabilizes phenol and retards the formation of ...

  • How to Make Cuprous Chloride

    09-05-2019

    Dissolve a small amount of Cuprous Chloride in water. Add ascorbic acid. A color change from blue to green to a white precipitate is observed. This white precipitate is copper(I) chloride. Filter it. Copper(I) chloride i...

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