Copper is also known by the medieval verdigris and is a copper salt of acetic acid.
It forms dark-green to blue-green crystals and is now made of copper (II) oxide or copper (II) carbonate.
It is used as a pigment in paints and is also in fungicides (fungicide). Other applications are found in the organic and inorganic synthesis (eg Enlinton reaction).
Copper acetate monohydrate with a purity of ca. 98%.
25 kg poly-woven bags with PE liner
|Name:||Copper acetate, monohyrate|
|EC-name:||Acetic acid, copper(2+) salt, monohydrate|
|Chemical Formula:||Cu(CH3COO)2, H2O|
Transport Class: 9
Packaging Group: III
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EC-name: Acetic acid, copper(2+) salt, monohydrate