Handbook of Copper Compounds and Applications
Emphasizing the utility of copper-related compounds, this text illustrates the numerous current and potential uses from agricultural bactericides and wood preservatives to colourants and solar cells. It discusses the properties and behaviour of the copper ion, copper compounds' employment in organic polymerization and isomerization reactions, the enhancement of feed efficiencies and additives in plant and animal nutrition, and more.
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Chemistry of Copper
Analysis of Copper
The Manufacture of Copper Compounds
The Use of Copper and Copper Compounds as Algicides
Copper in Colorants
Copper as a Nutrient for Animals
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