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Uses

Copper(II) oxide is used as pigments for coloring glass, ceramics, porcelain and artificial gems; in batteries and electrodes; in antifouling paints; in electroplating; in welding fluxes for bronze; in the production of rayons; for removal of sulfur from oils; in phosphor mixtures; for polishing optical glass; and as a catalyst. It also is used to prepare various copper compounds. Copper(II) oxide is found in nature as the minerals tenorite and paramelaconite. They differ in crystalline structure: tenorite exists as triclinic crystals while paramelaconite consists of tetrahedral cubic crystals.

Uses

1. Cupric oxide Can Used for glass, porcelain colorants, oil desulfurization agent, hydrogenation agent, organic synthesis catalyst, and also used in the manufacture of rayon, gas analysis, etc.
2. Used as analytical reagent (for nitrogen determination), oxidant and catalyst.
3. Used for the coloring agents in glass, enamel and ceramic industry, the anti-wrinkle agents of paint and the polish of optical glass. Used in the manufacture of dyes, organic catalyst carriers and copper compounds. Also used in the manufacture of artificial silk and oil desulfurization agents. Used as the raw materials of other nantokites and artificial gemstones.
4. Used as the pigments of glass and porcelain, desulfurization agents, catalysts, and also used in rayon industry
5. Used for the determination of carbon compounds in organic compounds
6. Used as analytical reagents, oxidants, catalysts and petroleum desulfurizers.
7. Cupric oxide Can used for the coloring agents in glass, enamel and ceramic industry, the anti-wrinkle agents of paint and the polish of optical glass. Used in the manufacture of dyes, organic catalyst carriers and copper compounds. Also used in the manufacture of artificial silk and oil desulfurization agents. Used as the raw materials of other nantokites and artificial gemstones.
8. Used for blue green pigments, artificial gemstones, colored glass, ceramic glaze, oil desulfurization agents and organic synthesis catalysts, as well as for the carbon determination in gas analysis. The applications of Nano-copper oxide: (1) as an important inorganic material, it has a wide range of applications in the catalytic, superconducting, ceramics and other fields; (2) used as catalyst , catalyst carrier and electrode active material;(3) used for the colorants of glass and porcelain, the polishing agents of optical glass, organic synthesis catalysts, oil desulfurization agents and hydrogenation agents;(4) used for the manufacture of artificial gemstones and other copper oxides;(5) used for rayon manufacture, gas analysis and organic compounds determination;(6) used as the burning rate catalyst of rocket propellant. Nano-copper oxide powder has more excellent catalytic activity and selectivity than the large-sized copper oxide powder.

Description

Copper (II) oxide is used for blue-green pigmentation in ceramics. As a naturally occurring compound produced from mining, it is also used as a precursor to other cooper applications, including fungicide and wood preservatives. In this capacity, it is used as an antifouling paint agent for boat hulls, and other outdoor, freshwater, and seawater wood constructions. It is also occasionally used for animal feed, but incorrectly, as its copper bioavailability is inferior to of a number of other compounds including cupric acetate and alkaline Cu carbonate. Other uses include preparation of superconductors, manufacture of batteries, and as a catalyst for various industrial processes.

Production methods

1.  Copper powder oxidation method. Reaction equation:
4Cu + O2 → 2Cu2O
2Cu2O + 2O2 → 4CuO
CuO + H2SO4 → CuSO4 + H2O
CuSO4 + Fe → FeSO4 + Cu↓
2Cu + O2 → 2CuO
Operating methods: roast the raw materials of copper ash and copper slag, and then heat them with gas for the initial oxidation to remove the water and organic impurities in raw materials. The resulting primary oxides are naturally cooled, pulverized, and then subjected to secondary oxidation to obtain crude copper oxides. Add crude copper oxides to the reactor pre-loaded 1: 1 sulfuric acid, and react under heating and stirring until the relative density of the liquid doubles and the pH value becomes 2 to 3. After the generated copper sulfate solution stands until clarification, add iron shavings under heating and stirring conditions to replace copper, and then wash the mixture with hot water to remove sulfate and iron. After centrifugal separation and drying, the above copper is oxidized and roasted for 8 hours at 450℃. Then the crude products are cooled and crushed to 100 mesh. After oxidized in oxidizing furnace, the final copper oxide powders are obtained by centrifugal separation.
2.  Copper powder oxidization method:
roast the raw materials of copper ash and copper slag, and then heat them with gas for the initial oxidation to remove the water and organic impurities in raw materials. The resulting primary oxides are naturally cooled, pulverized, and then subjected to secondary oxidation to obtain crude copper oxides. Add crude copper oxides to the reactor pre-loaded 1: 1 sulfuric acid, and react under heating and stirring until the relative density of the liquid doubles and the pH value becomes 2 to 3. After the generated copper sulfate solution stands until clarification, add iron shavings under heating and stirring conditions to replace copper, and then wash the mixture with hot water to remove sulfate and iron. After centrifugal separation and drying, the above copper is oxidized and roasted for 8 hours at 450℃. Then the crude products are cooled and crushed to 100 mesh. After oxidized in oxidizing furnace, the final copper oxide powders are obtained.
4Cu+O2→2Cu2O
Cu2O+0.5O2→2CuO
Cu0+H2S04→CuSO4+H2O
CuSO4+Fe→FeSO4+Cu↓
2Cu+O2→2CuO

Hazards & Safety Information

Category : Toxic substances
Toxicity classification  : high toxicity
Acute toxicity :  Oral-rat LD50 470 mg/kg; celiac-mouse LD50: 273 mg/kg
Flammability Hazardous properties  :
Non-combustible; producing toxic copper-containing fumes in fire
Storage and transportation characteristics  :
Storehouse should be low-temperature, well-ventilated and dry; stored separately with food and raw materials
Fire extinguishing agent  : water, carbon dioxide, dry powder, sand

Sources

http://www.encyclopedia.com/science/academic-and-educational-journals/copperii-oxide
http://jn.nutrition.org/content/129/12/2278.short
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copper(II)_oxide

Chemical Properties

Black fine free powder

Chemical properties

Black monoclinic crystal or black to brown-black amorphous crystalline powder; Insoluble in water and alcohol; soluble in dilute acid, ammonium chloride, ammonium carbonate and potassium cyanide.

Uses

As pigment in glass, ceramics, enamels, porcelain glazes, artificial gems; in manufacture of rayon, other Cu Compounds; in sweetening petroleum gases; in galvanic electrodes; as flux in metallurgy; in correcting Cu deficiencies in soil; as optical-glass polishing agent; in antifouling paints, pyrotechnic compositions; as exciter in phosphor mixtures; as catalyst for organic reactions; in high tempereture superconductors.

Toxicity

see cuprous oxide.
InChI:InChI=1/Cu.O/rCuO/c1-2

1317-38-0 Well-known Company Product Price

Brand (Code)Product description CAS number Packaging Price Detail
Aldrich (450812)  Copper(II)oxide  powder, 99.99% trace metals basis 1317-38-0 450812-100G 4,415.58CNY Detail
Aldrich (450812)  Copper(II)oxide  powder, 99.99% trace metals basis 1317-38-0 450812-25G 1,464.84CNY Detail
Aldrich (450804)  Copper(II)oxide  powder, 99.995% trace metals basis 1317-38-0 450804-50G 3,309.93CNY Detail
Aldrich (450804)  Copper(II)oxide  powder, 99.995% trace metals basis 1317-38-0 450804-10G 1,891.89CNY Detail
Aldrich (203130)  Copper(II)oxide  99.999% trace metals basis 1317-38-0 203130-25G 3,424.59CNY Detail
Aldrich (203130)  Copper(II)oxide  99.999% trace metals basis 1317-38-0 203130-5G 882.18CNY Detail
Aldrich (792004)  Copper(II)oxide  nanotubes, diam. × L 10-12 nm × 75-100 nm 1317-38-0 792004-5G 1,411.02CNY Detail
Aldrich (544868)  Copper(II)oxide  nanopowder, <50 nm particle size (TEM) 1317-38-0 544868-25G 879.84CNY Detail
Aldrich (544868)  Copper(II)oxide  nanopowder, <50 nm particle size (TEM) 1317-38-0 544868-5G 386.10CNY Detail
Sigma-Aldrich (61200)  Copper(II)oxide  puriss. p.a., ≥99.0% (RT), powder 1317-38-0 61200-500G-F 3,472.56CNY Detail
Sigma-Aldrich (417971)  Copper(II)oxideonalumina  14-20 mesh, extent of labeling: 13 wt. % loading 1317-38-0 417971-250G 1,364.22CNY Detail
Sigma-Aldrich (310433)  Copper(II)oxide  needles, mixture of CuO and Cu2O, ACS reagent 1317-38-0 310433-500G 3,683.16CNY Detail

1317-38-0SDS

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According to Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) - Sixth revised edition

Version: 1.0

Creation Date: Aug 12, 2017

Revision Date: Aug 12, 2017

1.Identification

1.1 GHS Product identifier

Product name Cupric oxide

1.2 Other means of identification

Product number -
Other names C.I. Pigment Black 15

1.3 Recommended use of the chemical and restrictions on use

Identified uses For industry use only. Adsorbents and absorbents,Agricultural chemicals (non-pesticidal),Intermediates,Oxidizing/reducing agents,Plating agents and surface treating agents,Process regulators,Processing aids, not otherwise listed,Processing aids, specific to petroleum production
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1317-38-0Synthetic route

yttrium barium copper oxide

yttrium barium copper oxide

copper(II) oxide
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copper(II) oxide

Conditions
ConditionsYield
With dinitrogen monoxide In neat (no solvent) Kinetics; gas-phase production of CuO during laser ablation of YBa2Cu3O(7-x) with N2O at 20-600 mTorr; monitoring of laser-induced fluorescence;
With Nitrogen dioxide In neat (no solvent) Kinetics; Irradiation (UV/VIS); gas-phase production of CuO during laser ablation of YBa2Cu3O(7-x) with NO2 at 20-1200 mTorr; monitoring of laser-induced fluorescence;
With oxygen In neat (no solvent) Kinetics; gas-phase production of CuO during laser ablation of YBa2Cu3O(7-x) with O2 at 20-600 mTorr; monitoring of laser-induced fluorescence;
gadolinium(III) oxide

gadolinium(III) oxide

copper(II) oxide
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copper(II) oxide

gadolinium cuprate

gadolinium cuprate

Conditions
ConditionsYield
approx. amt. of oxide powders were pressed to pellets and heat treated in air (alumina crucibles); 20 h at 900°C, regrinding, 20 h at 900°C, regrinding; 16 h at 1050°C;;
neodymium(III) oxide

neodymium(III) oxide

copper(II) oxide
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copper(II) oxide

dineodymium copper tetroxide

dineodymium copper tetroxide

Conditions
ConditionsYield
approx. amt. of oxide powders were pressed to pellets and heat treated in air (alumina crucibles); 20 h at 900°C, regrinding, 20 h at 900°C, regrinding; 16 h at 1050°C;;
gadolinium(III) oxide

gadolinium(III) oxide

neodymium(III) oxide

neodymium(III) oxide

copper(II) oxide
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copper(II) oxide

(Nd0.25Gd0.75)2CuO4

(Nd0.25Gd0.75)2CuO4

Conditions
ConditionsYield
approx. amt. of oxide powders were pressed to pellets and heat treated in air (alumina crucibles); 20 h at 900°C, regrinding, 20 h at 900°C, regrinding; 16 h at 1050°C;;
gadolinium(III) oxide

gadolinium(III) oxide

neodymium(III) oxide

neodymium(III) oxide

copper(II) oxide
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copper(II) oxide

(Nd0.8Gd0.2)2CuO4

(Nd0.8Gd0.2)2CuO4

Conditions
ConditionsYield
approx. amt. of oxide powders were pressed to pellets and heat treated in air (alumina crucibles); 20 h at 900°C, regrinding, 20 h at 900°C, regrinding; 16 h at 1050°C;;
gadolinium(III) oxide

gadolinium(III) oxide

neodymium(III) oxide

neodymium(III) oxide

copper(II) oxide
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copper(II) oxide

(Nd0.5Gd0.5)2CuO4

(Nd0.5Gd0.5)2CuO4

Conditions
ConditionsYield
approx. amt. of oxide powders were pressed to pellets and heat treated in air (alumina crucibles); 20 h at 900°C, regrinding, 20 h at 900°C, regrinding; 16 h at 1050°C;;
iron(III) oxide

iron(III) oxide

copper(II) oxide
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copper(II) oxide

titanium(IV) oxide

titanium(IV) oxide

calcium carbonate

calcium carbonate

calcium copper titanate

calcium copper titanate

Conditions
ConditionsYield
Stage #1: iron(III) oxide; copper(II) oxide; titanium(IV) oxide; calcium carbonate for 8h; Milling;
Stage #2: at 950℃; for 12h;
Stage #3: at 1050℃; for 18h;
iron(III) oxide

iron(III) oxide

copper(II) oxide
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copper(II) oxide

titanium(IV) oxide

titanium(IV) oxide

calcium carbonate

calcium carbonate

CaCu2.7Ti3.7Fe0.6O12

CaCu2.7Ti3.7Fe0.6O12

Conditions
ConditionsYield
Stage #1: iron(III) oxide; copper(II) oxide; titanium(IV) oxide; calcium carbonate for 8h; Milling;
Stage #2: at 950℃; for 12h;
Stage #3: at 1050℃; for 18h;
iron(III) oxide

iron(III) oxide

copper(II) oxide
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copper(II) oxide

titanium(IV) oxide

titanium(IV) oxide

calcium carbonate

calcium carbonate

CaCu2.5Ti3.5FeO12

CaCu2.5Ti3.5FeO12

Conditions
ConditionsYield
Stage #1: iron(III) oxide; copper(II) oxide; titanium(IV) oxide; calcium carbonate for 8h; Milling;
Stage #2: at 950℃; for 12h;
Stage #3: at 1050℃; for 18h;
iron(III) oxide

iron(III) oxide

copper(II) oxide
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copper(II) oxide

titanium(IV) oxide

titanium(IV) oxide

calcium carbonate

calcium carbonate

CaCu2.3Ti3.3Fe1.4O12

CaCu2.3Ti3.3Fe1.4O12

Conditions
ConditionsYield
Stage #1: iron(III) oxide; copper(II) oxide; titanium(IV) oxide; calcium carbonate for 8h; Milling;
Stage #2: at 950℃; for 12h;
Stage #3: at 1050℃; for 18h;
iron(III) oxide

iron(III) oxide

copper(II) oxide
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copper(II) oxide

titanium(IV) oxide

titanium(IV) oxide

calcium carbonate

calcium carbonate

CaCu2.9Ti3.9Fe0.2O12

CaCu2.9Ti3.9Fe0.2O12

Conditions
ConditionsYield
Stage #1: iron(III) oxide; copper(II) oxide; titanium(IV) oxide; calcium carbonate for 8h; Milling;
Stage #2: at 950℃; for 12h;
Stage #3: at 1050℃; for 18h;

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