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Supplier: Old Bridge Chemicals, Inc.
Description: TYPICAL ANALYSIS Copper (Cu) 55.0 – 57.0% Iron (Fe) 0.2% maximum Chlorides (Cl) 500 ppm maximum Sulfates (S04) 0.04% maximum Lead (Pb) 70 ppm maximum Cadmium (Cd) 70 ppm maximum MEA Insolubles 0.5% maximum Notes: ppm – parts per million Manufactured in the United States
- Inorganic Compounds: Solid State
- Oxoanions: All Oxoanions, Carbonates
- State of Matter: Powder
- Purity: 96 %
Technical Journals - Expanded Summary -- Control of New Copper Corrosion in High-Alkalinity Drinking Water -- JAW_0076858Supplier: American Water Works Association (AWWA)
Description: with high-alkalinity source water. The alkalinity and pH of the water were 273 mg/L calcium carbonate and 7.4, respectively, and copper levels at taps ranged from 1.4 to 2.4 mg/L. Experimental bench-scale jar tests proved to be useful for establishing an appropriate orthophosphate dose. A simple chemicalShow More
Supplier: Cannon Water Technology Inc.
Description: aggressive acids such as hydrochloric, sulfuric, phosphoric or sulfamic acid. Contains a corrosion inhibitor that helps protect iron, copper and brass metals during the cleaning process. In addition to removing iron oxide, Ferro Klean will help lift and remove Calcium Carbonate, Sulfate, PhosphateShow More
Supplier: ASTM International
Description: to determine the binding fractions of heavy metals in the sediments. Fractionation analysis of excavated marine sediments from the port of Piraeus, Greece showed that copper is primarily associated with organic matter, whereas lead and zinc are primarily associated with iron oxides. Under anoxicShow More
Supplier: Cannon Water Technology Inc.
Description: compounds for control of scale in cooling systems with extreme hard and alkaline water without the use of acid. Contains a dual polymeric dispersing system for calcium carbonate, sulfates, iron and dirt particles. This chemical will help keep the cooling system cleaner and will aid in removing old scaleShow More
Standards and Technical Documents - EXTERNAL STRESS CORROSION CRACKING OF UNDERGROUND PIPELINES -- NACE 35103Supplier: NACE International
Description: embrittlement, sulfide stress cracking, and corrosion fatigue. EAC is an ongoing integrity concern for many industries including oil and gas, nuclear power, and chemical process. It affects most common construction materials including carbon steels, stainless steels, and copper-based alloys. The firstShow More
Supplier: Aremco Products, Inc.
Description: An acidic, etching solution which is ideal for use in adhesive systems for bonding non-porous ceramics and glass. Stable when mixed with copper. Reacts with bases such as carbonates, oxides and hydroxides of alkali metals.
- Applications: Adhesives / Sealants, Coatings / Paint, Other
- Function: Binding Agent, Specialty / Other
- Form: Liquid / Solution, Other
Supplier: AXEON Water Technologies
Description: Acidic waters on contact with Calcite slowly dissolve the calcium carbonate media to raise the pH which reduced the potential leaching of copper, lead and other metals found in typical plumbing systems. Periodic backwashing will prevent packing and maintain high service flow rates. Depending on pH
- Trigger: Bulk Filter Media
- Filter Medium Material: Mineral / Sand, Other
Supplier: US Water Systems, Inc.
Description: . It does not overcorrect under normal conditions. Upon contact with calcite, acidic waters slowly dissolve the calcium carbonate to raise the pH which reduces potential leaching of copper, lead and other metals found in typical plumbing systems. Periodic backwashing will prevent packing, reclassifyShow More
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ACID SEPARATION FOR IMPURITY CONTROL AND ACID RECYCLE USING SHORT BED ION EXCHANGE
Acid separation using short bed ion exchange is a now well established technology in copper. refinery tankhouses. Refinery bleed streams from liberator cells are treated by short bed systems. to produce an acid-free byproduct stream that contains the bleed metals and valuable nickel salts. Removing
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The Influence of Conservation Treatments and Environmental Storage Factors on Corrosion of Copper Alloys in the Ancient Athenian Agora
Blue, turquoise blue, dark brown, and white corrosion products on these copper alloys have been identified as a sodium copper carbonate actetate, copper (II) hydroxide, copper and tin oxide, and sodium acetate trihydrate, respectively.
A model‐based precipitation study of copper‐based catalysts
In this case also copper carbonate species which are reported in Hartig et al. should be included in Eq. 2.13 Additionally, a defined atmosphere during precipitation is needed in the lab.
The determination of the sugar types with copper potassium carbonate solution
Solution which proposed 1876 first A. S o 1d a i n i a solution of copper carbonate in Kaliumbicarbonatlösung for determination of sugar instead of the F e h lin of g'schen solution) is hat,* efforts brought in spite of many…
Archaeometallurgy in Global Perspective
Ore microscopy is usually done in reflected light on polished blocks, but not all ore minerals are opaque—for example, the copper carbonates , sphalerite (ZnS), and cassiterite (SnO2) are not; nor are most gangue minerals.
Uhlig's Corrosion Handbook 3rd Edition Complete Document
The preservative consisted of copper (basic copper carbonate ) solubilized in ammonium hydroxide and formulated with a quaternary ammonium compound.
THE TOXICITY OF VARIOUS COPPER COMPOUNDS AND MIXTURES FOR DOMESTICATED BIRDS
…were conducted to determine the b1.L.D. of a number of common copper preparations for fowls, pigeons, domestic mallards and niiiscovy ducks.* In experiments 13 and 14 the effect of the daily administra tion of copper carbonate to fowls and domestic…
Studies of spray deposits. II.—The Tenacity of Copper Fungicides on Artificial and Leaf Surfaces
Abstract Some of the factors influencing the tenacity of spray deposits of cuprous oxide, cupric oxide, copper carbonate , copper oxychloride, Bordeaux and Burgundy mixtures have been investigated.
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…in attack is, particularly the experimental stations of the United States of North America beschaftigt have in the last years, and one has come there on account of many attempts to that recommend the powdering of the wheat with copper carbonate zii.
MALACHITE AND GREEN VERDITER
Joyce Plesters suggests that, like verdigris, copper carbonate , when finely divided, may sometimes react with oil or oil-resin mediums to form copper resinates or linoleates which, in turn, can produce copper-stained films ; S. Rees Jones says, on the other…