cupric sulfate


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cupric

 [ku´prik]
pertaining to or containing divalent copper.
cupric sulfate a crystalline salt of copper used as an emetic, astringent, and fungicide, as an oral antidote to phosphorus poisoning, as a topical treatment of cutaneous phosphorus burns, and as a catalyst in iron deficiency anemia.

cu·pric sul·fate

(kū'prik sŭl'fāt),
A blue salt highly poisonous to algae, it is a prompt and active emetic, and is used as an irritant, astringent, and fungicide.

cupric sulfate

a crystalline salt of copper used as an emetic, astringent, and fungicide, as an oral antidote to phosphorus poisoning, as a topical treatment of cutaneous phosphorus burns, and as a catalyst in iron deficiency anemia.

cu·pric sul·fate

(kyū'prik sŭl'fāt)
A blue salt highly poisonous to algae, it is a prompt and active emetic, and is used as an irritant, astringent, and fungicide.
Synonym(s): copper sulfate, copper sulphate.
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Table 2 shows the effects of dietary cupric sulfate and cupric methionate on growth performance in growing pigs.
Recently NIST researchers have demonstrated superconformal electrodeposition of copper in 500 nm deep trenches ranging from 500 nm to 90 nm in width using an acid cupric sulfate electrolyte containing chloride (Cl), polyethylene glycol (PEG), and 3-mercapto-1-propanesulfonate (MPSA).
1 mol/L acetate buffer containing 10 mmol/L cupric sulfate for 1 h at room temperature.
Baker and Ammerman (1995) reported that relative bioavailability estimate of organic Cu sources ranged from 88% to 147% of the response to cupric sulfate in poultry, Swine, sheep and cattle.