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Copper (II) Chloride Formula

Chemistry Formulas

Copper (II) Chloride formula, also known as Currie chloride formula or Copper dichloride formula, is described. It is inorganic chloride of copper, and the oxidation status of the metal is +2. The chemical formula or molecular of Copper (II) Chloride is CuCl2.

In its anhydrous form, it appears as a yellowish-brown powder, while in its dihydrate form, it appears as solid as a green crystalline solid. It does not burn, but there is a possibility of the formation of hydrogen chloride gas when heated. It is corrosive to aluminum. It is widely used in various chemicals, printing, dyeing, wood preservatives, and fungicides.

Copper (II) Chloride Formula

Copper (II) Chloride Formula

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