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Synonyms for cupric

of or containing divalent copper


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Release date- 30072019 - IRVING - Fluor Corporation (NYSE: FLR) announced today that it was awarded an engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) contract by Cupric Canyon Capital for its Khoemacau copper and silver project in northwest Botswana.
In the ultrasonic bath method, radix (0.78 mM trolox/mg extract) and leaves (0.67 mM trolox/mg extract) extracts showed a stronger cupric reducing antioxidant activity than other extracts, respectively.
De-risked project execution strategy: Cupric has assembled an experienced board, executive team and project team to develop Khoemacau, and will use existing infrastructure.
Reducing capacity of cupric ions of lyophilized water and alcohol extracts of BT roots ([Cu.sup.2+]) was determined by means of spectrophotometric method at different concentrations in the samples which contain extract (10-30 [micro]g/mL).
Copper Oxychloride, which is also known as basic cupric chloride, having chemical formula CuCl23Cu(OH)2 is found in natural minerals and also produced synthetically.
Cupric supplementation at pharmacological doses beyond the recommendations of National Research Council has been widely applied in the feed industry to improve pig performance [1-3].
Cupric Canyon Capital ("Cupric") is pleased to announce that its wholly owned subsidiary, Khoemacau Copper Mining Pty.
Cupric oxide (CuO) nanoarchitectures are of special interest because of their interesting properties and promising applications in batteries, solar cells, gas-sensors, biosensors, catalysis, photodetectors, and removal of toxic pollutants from waste water [1].
In this study, [Ti.sub.3][C.sup.2]/Ti[O.sub.2]/CuO ternary nanocomposites were successfully fabricated using cupric nitrate decomposition with [Ti.sub.3][C.sup.2] under an argon atmosphere.
In addition, Cu oxide NPs, namely, cupric oxide (CuO) and cuprous oxide ([Cu.sub.2]O), are among the most widely used as antimicrobial agents for their high efficacy towards a broad spectrum of microorganisms [2-4].
Both methods can better reflect the state of TAC than other methods such as ferric reducing antioxidant power assay [23, 24], cupric ion reducing antioxidant capacity assay [25, 26], and 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl assay [27,28].
In addition, to investigate whether Ss had electron-donating potential, cupric reducing antioxidant capacity (CUPRAC) and FRAP assays were performed.
Routinely, the disinfectants such as phenols, chlorhexidine, hypochlorite, alcohol, glutaraldehyde, formaldehyde, hydrogen peroxide, peracetic acid, cupric ascorbate, sodium hypochlorite, quaternary ammonium compounds (QACs), organic mercurials, peroxygens (hydrogen peroxide, peracetic acid, ozone) and silver salts are applied on inanimate surfaces (Mazzola et al., 2003; Block and Furman, 2002; Penna et al., 2001 and Sagripantil et al., 1997).
Anodes are commonly composed of metals such as zinc or lithium, and cathodes are commonly composed of substances such as manganese dioxide, silver oxide, carbon monofluoride, cupric oxide or oxygen.