What Is Basic Copper Carbonate?

Update:04-02-2021
Summary:

  Basic copper carbonate, malachite green, also known a […]

  Basic copper carbonate, malachite green, also known as malachite, is a precious mineral gem. It is a substance produced by the reaction of copper with oxygen, carbon dioxide, and water vapor in the air. It is also called patina and it's color is emerald green. Copper oxide, water, and carbon dioxide will be heated in the air. Dissolved in acid to generate corresponding copper salt. It exists in the form of malachite. Insoluble in water and alcohol.

  Product Usage:

  [Use 1] Used in the manufacture of catalysts, fireworks, pigments, feed, electroplating, anti-corrosion, and other industries and copper compounds

  [Use 2] Used in fireworks, paint, feed, anti-corrosion, and other industries to manufacture copper compounds.

  [Use 4] Used in catalysts, fireworks manufacturing, and pigments. Used in agriculture as a preventive agent and insecticide for plant smut. It can be mixed with asphalt to prevent livestock and wild rats from biting young trees; used as an additive to copper in feed, as a de-alkalizing agent during storage, and also as Raw material for the production of copper compounds. It can also be used for electroplating, anti-corrosion, and analytical reagents.

  [Application 5] Used in catalysts, fireworks manufacturing, and pigments. In agriculture, it is used as a preventive and insecticide for plant smut. When mixed with asphalt, it can prevent livestock and wild mice from gnawing on saplings; as an additive to copper in feed and as a desalinized during storage, Also used as a raw material for the production of copper compounds. It can also be used for electroplating, anti-corrosion, and analytical reagents.