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Because cupric oxide is an oxidizing agent -- a reactive chemical that removes electrons from other compounds -- it may pose a risk.
Novel Total Antioxidant Capacity Index for Dietary Polyphenols and Vitamins C and E, Using Their Cupric Ion Reducing Capability in the Presence of Neocuproine: CUPRAC Method.
Coletta said when the truck's two trailers overturned, some of the cupric sulfate spilled inside the trailer through vents in the totes.
coli harbor a plasmid borne version of copper resistance genes also called pco that confers resistance to approximately five fold higher concentrations of cupric ions than wild type strains (18).
Cupric hydroxy assemblages re-equilibrate rapidly within days or weeks when solution compositions change (Woods and Garrels 1986).
The Clinitest method detects reducing substances in urine by their conversion of cupric sulfate to cuprous oxide.
We tested the antioxidant levels in different cocoas using the cupric reducing antioxidant capacity (CUPRAC) method.
2]O)-based organic conversion coating has provided improved physical strength and much greater acid resistance compared to the 100% cupric oxide (CuO) coatings (comprised of dendritic crystals), generated by the older black oxide processes.
Chemicals like cupric nitrate will also be used to give the bronze an aged appearance.
Those at high risk for developing advanced AMD-those with intermediate AMD and with advanced AMD in one eye only-reduced their risk of developing advanced stages of AMD about 25 percent when they took daily antioxidant/mineral supplements containing 500 mg vitamin C, 400 mg vitamin E, 15 mg beta-carotene, 80 mg zinc (as zinc oxide) and 2 mg copper (as cupric oxide).
When the toxicologic actions of both environmental contaminants were assessed at the structural level of the brain, notable neurodegenerative events were observed, as shown by the diffused amino cupric silver staining of neurons in the different brain regions.