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


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


(ˈkyu prɪk, ˈku-)

containing bivalent copper.
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Adj.1.cupric - of or containing divalent copper
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The AREDS formulation of vitamin C 500mg, vitamin E 400IU, beta-carotene 15mg, and zinc (zinc oxide 80mg and cupric oxide 2mg) showed a 25% risk reduction in progression to advanced AMD over five years in patients with intermediate AMD (extensive intermediate drusen in one or both eyes, one or more large drusen in at least one eye, or nonsubfoveal geographic atrophy in one eye) or advanced AMD (subfoveal geographic atrophy or choroidal neovascular membrane) in one eye.
The use of cupric bactericides to prevent the occurrence of canker and insecticides for leafminer control became usual in endemic areas.
45 g hydrated cupric sulphate in 80 ml of distilled water and finally made up to 100 ml).
NiCr can be etched first in cupric chloride, followed by ammoniacal etchant, the same etchant used to etch copper layers of the board.
Studies on feeding of cupric sulfate pentahydrate and cupric citrate to broiler chickens.
Centrum Silver does contain copper, but for approximately 70% of the 11-year study, the form of copper in the product was cupric oxide, which cannot be absorbed by humans.
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Specifically, the AREDS formula contained 500 mg of vitamin C; 400 TU of vitamin E; 15 mg of beta-carotene; 80 mg of zinc as zinc oxide; and 2 mg of copper as cupric oxide--copper was added to prevent copper deficiency, which may be associated with high levels of zinc supplementation.
The most commonly used etchants by flexible circuit manufacturers are cupric chloride, ferric chloride, and to a lesser extent some ammoniacal etchants.