Copper oxide powder 97% [1317-38-0] Copper (II) oxide is used as a pigment for dyeing glass, ceramics, porcelain and artificial stones; in batteries and electrodes; in antifouling paints; in galvanization; in bronze welding fluxes; in the production of bundles; for removing sulfur from oils; in mixtures of phosphors; for polishing optical glass; and as a catalyst. It is also used to prepare various copper compounds. Copper (II) oxide occurs in nature as a tenorite mineral and paramelaconite.
Density: 6.48 g / cm3 (25 ° C)
Melting point: 1326 ° C (decomposition)
PH value: 7 (50 g / l, H₂O, 20 ° C) (slurry)
Bulk density: 500 kg / m3
Test (complexometric): ≥ 99
Chloride (Cl): ≤ 0.005%
Total sulfur (as SO₄): ≤ 0.015%
Total nitrogen (N): ≤ 0.002%
C (carbon): ≤ 0.01%
Bulk density: 240 – 270 g / 100 ml
Particle size (0.71-2 mm): ≥ 90%
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