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 (ko͞o′prĭk, kyo͞o′-)
Relating to or containing copper, especially with valence 2.
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(Chemistry) of or containing copper in the divalent state
[C18: from Late Latin cuprum copper]
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(ˈkyu prɪk, ˈku-)

containing bivalent copper.
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Adj.1.cupric - of or containing divalent copper
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ENPNewswire-July 31, 2019--Fluor Awarded EPCM Contract by Cupric Canyon Capital for Project in Botswana
Cupric reducing antioxidant capacity (CUPRAC): The cupric reducing antioxidant capacity of the different extracts was evaluated using the CUPRAC method.
Toteng in the Ngamiland District will get a second chance to host a copper mine with the re-opening of old Boseto Mine that will trade as Khoemacau Copper Mines under ownership of Cupric Canyon Capital.
Royal Gold reports that its wholly-owned subsidiary RGLD Gold AG has entered into a life of mine purchase and sale agreement for silver produced from the Khoemacau Copper Project in Botswana with Khoemacau Copper Mining, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cupric Canyon Capital, a private company owned by management and funds advised by Global Natural Resource Investments.
Cupric oxide should not be used as a copper supplement for either animals or humans.
The exposed copper (~40[micro]m) is etched away using conventional cupric chloride etchants to define the circuitry.
Acceptable leaching rates have been achieved using thiosulphate in the presence of ammonia with cupric ion acting as the oxidant.
Tyrosine, sodium hydroxide, cupric acetate monohydrate, platinum chloride and palladium chloride were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich.
One gram of ground sample from each of the two samples (smoked and sun dried) was digested in a Kjeldahl flask using 98% Sulphuric acid and a catalyst made from Potassium sulphate and Cupric sulphate.
Huang, "Cupric and cuprous oxide by reactive ion beam sputter deposition and the photosensing properties of cupric oxide metal-semiconductor-metal Schottky photodiodes," Applied Surface Science, vol.
5 mL of 0.05 M copper sulfate was injected as tracer at the inlet of the CPC and the cupric ions were detected at the exit (Figure 1(b)).