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Treatment of Copper Acetate

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Copper Acetate(WSDTY) takes the form of a fine powder, and has a blue-green appearance. This compound is odorless, and can be poisonous if ingested. It's soluble in both alcohol and water, and may also be dissolved in a number of additional chemicals and compounds. When heat is applied to acetate, it produces a bright blue or green glow. In previous generations, people used copper acetate to treat various ailments. Today, this material is known to be poisonous, and is no longer used for health applications. It's widely used to fight fungus and mildew and as an insecticide, and it also serves as a method of repelling sharks in the ocean. Both developed and developing nations still rely on this substance as a dye for ceramics and textiles.

In a laboratory setting, this substance serves as a chemical re-agent by helping other chemicals react to one another. It can also be applied to rubber products to give them an aged look, or to refine their texture. Fine silver companies rely on this compound to create anti-tarnish coverings that can be used when selling or shipping silverware. Finally, manufacturing and industrial facilities may utilize this substance as part of the electroplating process, during which a permanent protective coating is applied to a metal object.

Wujiang Weishida Copper Technology Co.,Ltd. has 12,000 square meters of production base. By virtue of their sincere cooperation, reciprocity of the business philosophy for the industry users around the country to provide high-quality non-ferrous metal products.Weishida specializes in producing cuprous chloride, basic copper carbonate, copper acetate, copper oxide, copper sulfate. Our company has established a perfect quality assurance system, quality inspection and testing equipment, testing, testing and technology development strength, to ensure the stability of product quality, fully able to meet the pre-market after-sales service to provide users with the need.

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