Chemical formula: CuO Synonyms: cupric oxide Amount: 200 g Appearance and odour: heavy, dark brown-black powder without appreciable odour. Grade: technical. Packaging: professional wide necked, white HDPE bottle with blue conical seal cap and tamper ring. Labeled. Bottle and cap are UN approved and reusable. Description and uses: copper (II) oxide is used in pottery glazing as a greenish pigment. Chemically it is quite inert and requires hot concentrated sulphuric acid or fusing with sodium bisulphate to enter solution. It's precursor to copper metal. It can be used to demonstrate the (industrial) use of carbon (cokes) as a reducing agent for metal oxides: a ...
Chemical formula: Al Synonyms: aluminium powder, aluminum powder. Amount: 200 g Appearance and odour: very fine grey powder, without appreciable odour. Grade: chemically pure (99.7 %), spherical - 400 Mesh (32 Micron) Packaging: professional wide necked, white HDPE bottle with blue conical seal cap and tamper ring. Labelled. Bottle and cap are UN approved and reusable. Description and uses: this is a top notch grade, both in purity and fineness (400 mesh, 32 micron) suitable both pyrotechnical uses as well as various inorganic and organic synthesis. Ideally suited for super hot, lightening fast Thermite type reactions (Goldschmidt reactions). Due to its high purity this ...
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