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cu·pric

 (ko͞o′prĭk, kyo͞o′-)
adj.
Relating to or containing copper, especially with valence 2.

cupric

(ˈkjuːprɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) of or containing copper in the divalent state
[C18: from Late Latin cuprum copper]

cu•pric

(ˈkyu prɪk, ˈku-)

adj.
containing bivalent copper.
[1790–1800]
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Adj.1.cupric - of or containing divalent copper
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The relationship between cupric ion activity and the toxicity of copper to phytoplankton.
gold, titanium oxide, cupric oxide, metal oxide nanomaterials, nano-iron, impregnated granulated activated carbon, synthetic nanostructured Fe (III)- Cr (III) mixed oxides [119-123].
Copper Oxychloride, which is also known as basic cupric chloride, having chemical formula CuCl23Cu(OH)2 is found in natural minerals and also produced synthetically.
Cupric supplementation at pharmacological doses beyond the recommendations of National Research Council has been widely applied in the feed industry to improve pig performance [1-3].
Fakhri, Assessment of Ethidium Bromide and Ethidium Monoazide Bromide Removal from Aqueous Matrices by Adsorption on Cupric Oxide Nanoparticles, Ecotox.
Cupric Canyon Capital ("Cupric") is pleased to announce that its wholly owned subsidiary, Khoemacau Copper Mining Pty.
Curzon investigated the role of trace elements in preventing dental caries suggesting fluoride ion (F-), aluminium ion (Al3+), Fe2+, Fe3+, selenium ion (Se4+) and Sr2+ are associated in decreasing the prevalence (low risk) of dental caries, whereas presence ofmanganese (Mn2+), cupric (Cu2+) and cadmium ion (Cd2+) is associated with increasing the risk.
Routinely, the disinfectants such as phenols, chlorhexidine, hypochlorite, alcohol, glutaraldehyde, formaldehyde, hydrogen peroxide, peracetic acid, cupric ascorbate, sodium hypochlorite, quaternary ammonium compounds (QACs), organic mercurials, peroxygens (hydrogen peroxide, peracetic acid, ozone) and silver salts are applied on inanimate surfaces (Mazzola et al.
Anodes are commonly composed of metals such as zinc or lithium, and cathodes are commonly composed of substances such as manganese dioxide, silver oxide, carbon monofluoride, cupric oxide or oxygen.
When Benedict's qualitative reagent is heated with eight drops of urine, glucose present in urine reduces cupric ions present in reagent to cuprous ions.
Methods: The CuO NPs were synthesized via a facile and cost-effective precipitation method using cupric acetate (monohydrate) (CuAc [sub]2 .