copper oxide


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Noun1.copper oxide - an oxide of copper
oxide - any compound of oxygen with another element or a radical
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Its fibres are carefully embedded with skin-soothing copper oxide.
The main purpose of this study was to elaborate a novel oil additives, protic IL and copper oxide nanoparticles.
Copper pans tarnish because the copper combines with oxygen in air to form copper oxide, which is brown.
Titanium oxide (TiO2) and copper oxide (CuO) were used as nanoparticles in this research.
copper oxide is widely used as catalyst because of its high activity and selectivity in oxidation/reduction reactions, and also due to their unique physical and chemical properties is used as thermoelectric materials gas sensors, solar cells etc [7, 8].
The real clever bit is that zinc oxide is an n-type semiconductor and copper oxide a p-type, which means they are electrically the opposite of each other.
A common manufacturing method of producing copper, for use in nitrogen/protein determinations, is to reduce copper oxide using hydrogen.
They grew six layers of insulating lanthanum copper oxide, and above them six layers of metallic lanthanum-strontium copper oxide.
Answer: Tarnish on pennies is made of copper oxide.
The coating has a network of evenly dispersed active copper oxide and silver ions in a polymer matrix that is fully melted when applied with Xiom's proprietary thermal spray process.
Using a laser in a vacuum, the Oak Ridge team vaporized a mixture of powders of the superconductive compound yttrium barium copper oxide (YBCO) and of barium zirconate, which doesn't superconduct.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-31 October 2003-Aker Kvaerner contracted for copper oxide project feasibility study in Brazil(C)1994-2003 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.