Cupric Chloride, Anhydrous, Reagent Grade
Cupric Chloride, also known as Copper(2+) Chloride, Copper Dichloride, Copper Bichloride, and Dichlorocopper, has the chemical formula CuCl2. In anhydrous form, it appears as a yellowish-brown crystalline solid. Whereas, its dihydrate appears as a green crystalline powder with no odor. It is soluble in Water, Alcohol, and Acetone at ambient conditions. When heated to decomposition, it emits toxic fumes of Hydrogen Chloride gas and Copper Oxides. It can be produced either by the reaction of Copper with Chlorine or by combining Copper Carbonate with Hydrochloric Acid. Chemicals in the Reagent Grade category have high purity and are best suited for analytical purposes. They're useful in research investigations as they produce consistent, trustworthy, and repeatable findings. In the United States of America (USA), Lab Alley is selling its high-quality Cupric Chloride, Anhydrous, Reagent Grade online at laballey.com.
- Chemical precursor
- Oxidizing agent
- Metal industry
- Water purification
- Feed additive
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