Cupric Carbonate, also known as Copper(II) Carbonate Hydroxide, Dicopper Dihydroxycarbonate, Cupric Subcarbonate, Blue Verditer, and Azurite Natural, has the chemical formula CH2Cu2O5 or CuCO3-Cu(OH)2. It appears as a green crystalline powder with no odor. It is insoluble in Water and Alcohol at ambient conditions. The Analytical Reagent Grade is generally equivalent to the American Chemical Society (ACS) Grade and is acceptable for use in analytical applications and research laboratories. Lab Alley is selling its premium quality Cupric Carbonate Basic, Analytical Reagent Grade online at laballey.com in the United States of America (USA) and highly recommends using it in research labs for precise, repetitive, and consistent results.
|Assay (as Cu)||Min 53.0%|
|Insoluble in HCl||0.02%|
- Chemical precursor
- Metal industry
- Synthesis of pigments
- Additive for animal and poultry feeds
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