High Purity Cuprous Oxide Cu2O pwder CAS 1317-39-1, 99% |

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Cuprous oxide is an orange powder, that is insoluble in water. It disproportionates into divalent copper, copper, and acidic solution. In moist air, it oxidizes to black copper oxide. Purity: 99%
Particle size: 50nm, micron

About cuprous oxide Cu2O powder
copper dioxide or cuprous oxid is an oxide monovalent of copper.

What’s the correct chemical name of Cu2O?
Cuprous oxide is also known as copper(1+)oxide, dicopper dioxide or.

Cu2O, a powdery red solid, is almost unsoluble in water. It disproportionally reacts with divalent and elemental copper in acidic solutions and oxidizes slowly to black in humid air. Copper oxide. Cuprous oxide has many uses, including the production of antifouling on the bottoms of ships to kill small marine animals, as well as the manufacture of various copper salts and analytical reagents. It is also used for red glass, the preparation of copper plating, and copper alloy plating solution.

When used and stored as specified, cuprous oxide is not known to decompose. Cuprous oxide doesn’t produce copper salts with diluted sulfuric and nitric acids. Will quickly turn the sky blue.

It can also be reduced easily to metallic copper by using a reducing agent. Cuprous oxide, which is not soluble in water and can only be dissolved with the help of concentrated hydrohalic and ammonia solutions, forms a complex. It is readily soluble in a highly alkaline aqueous solvent.

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What are the differences between CuO and cu2O?
CuO, or cupric oxide , is the same as Cu2O.
Cu2O is obtained by using a solution containing copper oxide metal, or an oxidation (II), solution of the sulfur dioxide solution. CuO was produced by extracting copper metal using metallurgical techniques from the ore. Copper is used to make many wood preservers. It can also be used to create different glazes.

Is cuprous oxide dangerous?
It is toxic if consumed. Skin It may be harmful if it is absorbed through skin. May cause skin irritation. Eyes May cause irritation.

Performance and properties of Cuprous Oxide Powder:
Also known as Cu2O Oxide or simply Cu2O. It is one of the main oxides for copper. This brown-red solid is a component in antifouling paints.
Cubrous nanoparticles consist of a solid, red powder which is formed from the reduction Cu2+ solution and contains Cu+ions in linear co-ordination with oxygen.

Technical Parameters of Cuprous Oxide (Cu2O) Powder:

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What is the production process of Cu2O Powder ?
The following are the primary methods for producing cuprous oxide:
1. Dry method: After removing all impurities, the copper powder is mixed in with copper oxide and then heated to 800-900degC. The resultant cuprous oxide will be produced. To prepare cuprous dioxide, remove the copper powder, then use a magnetic device to remove any mechanical impurities. Then pulverize until it reaches 325 mesh. When copper sulfate as the starting material is used, the copper is reduced first with iron. The subsequent reactions are the same for the method that uses copper powder.
2. Glucose Reduction Method: The copper sulfate and glucose solutions are mixed together and added to a sodium hydroxide to react. This produces cuprous dioxide, which is then filtered and dried.
3. In an electrolytic cell lined by polyvinylchloride, cast copper plates are used as anodes, red copper plates as cathodes, potassium chloride as additives, and salt solution as electrolytes. If you use 290310g/L of potassium chromate and temperature 7090, pH 812 at a current density of 1500 A/m2, the electrolysis method will produce cuprous dioxide. This will then be separated using precipitation, rinsed with a filter, dried to obtain the cuprous.
4. Hydrazine reduction: Pour 35mL of 20% solution of hydrazine into 50mL solution high in copper acetate to reduce the divalent ions. The solution first turns green, and nitrogen gas is generated. After some time, yellow-orange cuprous oxide precipitates. The precipitate has been washed using water, ethanol and then ether. What are the different ways you can make Cu2O from copper oxide? Copper oxide is produced in several ways. The most straightforward way to make it is by oxidizing the copper metal. Water and acids have an effect on the rate at which this process occurs, as well as its further oxidation into copper(II), oxides.
5. Glucose Reduction Synthesis Method: Dissolving 50g of copper sulfate in pentahydrate form and 75g of potassium sodium tartrate respectively, then mixing the two when the solution reaches room temperature. A 200 mL solution of sodium hydroxide and 75 g was also dissolved to create an alkaline. Slowly add the alkali to the mixed solution while stirring. Be careful not to let the temperature rise and that the solution doesn’t turn dark blue. After heating the divalent copper salt to a boiling point, 10% glucose solution should be added. This will remove the blue color and precipitate red cuprous oxide. Then add it to 1L cold water. Let it stand for 15 minutes. Discard the supernatant. Add water and stir. After decantation filter it using a Buchner funnel. Wash the precipitate three times with ethanol.
6. Direct oxidation (direct oxidation) of metallic copper. Use platinum wire to suspend metallic copper inside a tubular electric heater and heat it for 24hrs at 1000degC, in an atmosphere of nitrogen containing 1% volume fraction of oxygen. Or, the stoichiometric combination of metallic copper with copper oxide is placed in a vacuum chamber and heated to 1000deg C. during 5 hours.

Cuprous Oxide uses / Cu2O uses:
As a ceramic pigment, cupric dioxide is used to make blue, red and green glazes. Sometimes, it’s also used in gray, black, or pink glazes. Also, it’s incorrectly added to animal feed. A low bioactivity means that copper is only absorbed in a negligible amount. This is also used in welding copper alloys. Cuprous oxide can be used in marine coatings to act as a fungicide, antifouling agent and pigment. what is cuprous dioxide used for?
1. Suitable for pesticides
2. It is suitable for clothes and fibers that are antibacterial.
3. Cuprous oxide is suitable for use in agricultural fungicides.
4. Antiseptics are used in ship primers as they prevent contamination and microorganisms.
5. Copper salts are used in the manufacturing of analytical reagents.
6. Use as a catalyst in organic synthesis.

Storage Conditions of Cuprous oxide Cu2O Powder:
Cuprous Oxide Cu2O should be stored in a dry, cool, and air-tight environment.

Packing & Shipping for Cuprous Oxide (Cu2O) Powder:
It comes in a double bag that can be vacuumed up and filled with Argon for protection.
Cuprous Oxide Cu2O – Powder packaging: 100g, 500g, 1kg/bag; 25kg/barrel.
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Copper (I) Oxide Properties

Alternative Names Dicopper oxide (Cu2O), cuprous oxide, cu2O powder
CAS Number 1317-39-1
Compound Formula Cu2O
Molecular Mass 143.09
Appearance Brownish Red Powder
Melting Point 1235 degC
Boiling Point 1800 degC
Density 6.0 g/cm3
Solubility In H2O N/A
Exact Mass 141.854 g/mol

Copper I Oxide Health & Safety Information

Sign Word Warning
Hazard Statements H302 + H332-H319-H410
Hazard Codes Xn
Risk Codes 22-50/53
Safety Declarations 22-60-61
Transport Information UN 3077 9, PGIII
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