cuprous


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cu·prous

 (ko͞o′prəs, kyo͞o′-)
adj.
Relating to or containing copper, especially with valence 1.

cuprous

(ˈkjuːprəs)
adj
(Chemistry) of or containing copper in the monovalent state

cu•prous

(ˈkyu prəs, ˈku-)

adj.
containing univalent copper.
[1660–70]
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Adj.1.cuprous - of or containing divalent copper
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cuprous

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Examples of investigated novel carbon materials include K-doped graphene (K-GS) [24], cuprous oxide nanowires decorated graphene oxide nanosheets (Cu2O-GO) nanocomposites [25], aminated/carboxyl graphene quantum dots [26], and carboxylic graphene quenching probe [27].
Lashkaryov developed the theory of <<blocking layer>> and injection of charge carriers at the interface between copper and cuprous oxide [17].
After drying, the dehydrated peels were ground in knife mill to obtain powders and characterized in quadruplicate regarding physical and chemical parameters, namely: moisture content through the standard method of the oven at 105[degrees]C until constant weight, reducing sugars through the method based on the reduction of cupric salts and cuprous oxides present in Fehling solution, total titratable acidity through the acidimetric method, titrating the sample with 0.
It has been observed that KMP scavenges superoxide and reduces hydroxyl radical formation by chelating ferrous and cuprous ions in fenton reaction; besides it also increases the expression or activities of SOD and CAT, and prevents lipid peroxidation (Calderon-Montano et al.
Antifouling paints, based on cuprous oxide, can pollute the water.
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.
According to this model, superoxide radical or other reducing agents such as ascorbate reduce the copper complexes to the cuprous state.
characterization of copper oxide thin films deposited by thermal evaporation of cuprous oxide ([Cu.
Cohen, "Hydroxyl radical formation from cuprous ion and hydrogen peroxide: A Spin-Trapping Study," Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics, vol.
Cuprous oxide filler particles in nano regime with octahedral morphology were synthesized through hydrazine reduction method.