Available in black colored powder form, cupric oxide is an inorganic compound that contains oxide ion and cuprous ion. There are different ways to prepare this inorganic compound. Heating of copper in the presence of air at high temperature produces cupric oxide. Thermal decomposition of cupric carbonate also produces this inorganic compound. It acts as an important ingredient during formulation of ceramics, paints, pigments and wood preservatives. In metallurgical arena, this compound plays significant role in the formulation of catalysts and electroplating solutions. This water insoluble compound easily dilutes in potassium cyanide and ammonium chloride.
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