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Copper is a metal widely dispersed in nature as a free metal and combined to other elements, and has a concentration of 0.030% In its pure state, copper has a shiny pale red colour, it is ductile and malleable. It is an excellent heat and electricity conductor, although traces of impurities may negatively influence these proprieties. The elevated hardness of copper makes it suitable for using in the electrical industry and in the manufacturing of alloys like bronze and brass; it is also used in the chemical industry as a catalyst and in agriculture as an insecticide and fungicide.


The most important use of copper chloride solution is in scientific research and development.


Clippings of phosphorized copper are used in the galvanic industry.


Clippings of electrolytic copper are used in the galvanic industry.


Oxygen free copper clippings are used in the galvanic industry.


Copper carbonate is used as raw material in the electroplating and agricultural industries. Copper carbonate is also used for the production of pigments and as raw material used in wood protective formulations.


Copper chloride is used as a catalyst for organic synthesis.


Copper hydroxide is used as a catalyst and for the metal surface treatment. Copper hydroxide is also used for the production of pigments for paper colouring.


Copper iodide is used as catalyst in the galvanic industry


Cupric oxide is applied in different markets: FEED industry as oligo-element, catalyst, raw material for pigments and metal surface treatment.


Copper sulfate is used as a raw material for agricultural industry, for metal surface treatment and as raw material for welding. Copper sulphate 'electronic grade' is widely used in electroplating baths of high-purity copper plating.


Raw material for acid Cu-baths as an alternative for Copper sulphate. Mainly used for reel-to-reel applications.

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