Use Of Cuprous Chloride

8-hydroxyquinoline Copper chemical properties.


   8-hydroxyquinoline Copper chemical properties.

   8-hydroxyquinoline Copper can reduce the bioavailability of mineral elements, and it is easy to form 8-hydroxyquinoline copper calcium with calcium ions. Therefore, 8-hydroxyquinoline copper is considered to be a difficult substance for the absorption and utilization of mineral elements.

   8-hydroxyquinoline Copper root has a strong coordination effect, 8-hydroxyquinoline Copper can form water-soluble complexes with many metals.

   8-hydroxyquinoline Copper is a strong acid among organic acids, which has strong reducibility and instability, and can react with alcohol to form esters. For example, oxalic acid reacts with ethanol to produce diethyl oxalate.

   8-hydroxyquinoline Copper has irritating and corrosive effects on the skin and mucous membranes.

   Use of Cuprous Chloride products.

   It is used as a binding agent, mask agent, precipitant, and reducing agent. In the analysis, it is used for the verification and determination of metal ions such as, calcium, chromium, gold, manganese, and germanium. Microcrystalline analysis detects sodium and other elements. Calibrate the standard solution of potassium permanganate and sulfuric acid e solution. Before applying exterior wall coatings in the construction industry, the walls are highly alkaline and must be coated with Cuprous Chloride to remove the alkali.

   is used as a catalyst for the synthesis of phenolic resin, the catalytic reaction is mild, the process is relatively stable, and the duration is long. Cuprous Chloride can catalyze the curing reaction of epoxy resin and shorten the curing time. It is also used as a pH regulator for the synthesis of urea-formaldehyde resin and melamine-formaldehyde resin. The polyvinyl alcohol shrinkage formaldehyde water-soluble adhesive can also improve the drying speed and bonding strength. It can be used as an accelerator for making starch adhesives with KMnO4 oxidant, speeding up the oxidation rate and shortening the reaction time.