Copper is a chemical element with symbol Cu (from Latin: cuprum) and atomic number 29. It is a ductile metal with very high thermal and electrical conductivity. Pure copper is soft and malleable; a freshly exposed surface has a reddish-orange color. It is used as a conductor of heat and electricity, a building material, and a constituent of various metal alloys. And its compounds are widely used in industry.
Specifications Appearance Dark green crystalline solid Formula (CH3COO) 2Cu.H2O CAS NO 6046-93-1 Molecular Weight 199.65g/mol Assay Min 98% Chloride 0.05% Iron 0.03% Application Fungicide, Textile dyeing, Pigments for ceramics, paints
Specifications Appearance Green Powder Formula CuCO3.Cu (OH) 2 H2O CAS NO 12069-69-1 Molecular Weight 239.10g/mol Assay 55% Copper Chloride 0.03% Iron 0.02% Application As seed treatment, fungicide, paint and varnish pigments, animal and poultry feeds.
Specifications Appearance Blue-Green Solid Formula CuCL2 2H20 CAS NO 10125-13-0 Molecular Weight 170.48 g/mol Assay Min 99% Sulphate 0.05% Iron 0.05% Application Catalysts, metallurgy, wood preservation.
Specifications Appearance Blue Crystals Formula Cu (NO3)2.3H20 CAS NO 6046-93-1 Molecular Weight 241.60g/mol Assay Min 98% Chloride 0.05% Iron 0.02% Application Electroplating, dyeing, textiles, light sensitive reproductive papers, ceramics, catalysts.
Specifications Appearance Blue Formula CuSO4 5H2O CAS NO 7758-99-8 Molecular Weight 2479.68 g/mol Assay Min 99% Chloride 0.05% Iron 0.05% >Application Animal feed additive, preservative leather, copper plating reagent, manufacture of mirrors, soil nutrients, synthesis of radiators