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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

(kū'prik),
Pertaining to copper, particularly to copper in the form of a doubly charged positive ion.

cu·pric

(kyū'prik)
Pertaining to copper, particularly to copper in the form of a doubly charged positive ion.

cu·pric

(kyū'prik)
Pertaining to copper, particularly to copper in the form of a doubly charged positive ion.
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Ercag, "The cupric ion reducing antioxidant capacity and polyphenolic content of some herbal teas," International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition, vol.
Effect of dietary copper source (cupric citrate and,cupric sulfate) and concentration on growth performance and fecal copper excretion in weanling pigs.
Dennis Bartlett, Cupric's Chief Executive Officer, said: "Proceeds from the term loan will enable us to continue development work at Khoemacau as we prepare to begin full scale construction of the Starter Project in the second half of 2017.
The oxygen came from the adsorbed water and the thermal-decomposition of cupric nitrate.
Bener, "Cupric ion reducing antioxidant capacity assay for antioxidants in human serum and for hydroxyl radical scavengers," Methods in Molecular Biology, vol.
The starting materials used in this work were cupric acetate (monohydrate) (CuAc [sub]2 .2H [sub]2 O), sodium hydroxide, and glacial acetic acid obtained from Merck, India.
Hydroxyl radical scavenging assay of phenolics and flavonoids with a modified cupric reducing antioxidant capacity (CUPRAC) method using catalase for hydrogen peroxide degradation.
Cuprous ([Cu.sup.+1]) oxide and Cupric ([Cu.sup.+2]) oxide are the two commonly existing oxides of copper.
Removal of arsenic from ground water was conducted using nano particles cupric oxide adsorbents.
The study examined the eye health benefit of a supplement containing 500 mg of vitamin C, 400 IUs of vitamin E, 15 mg of beta-carotene, 80 mg of zinc (as zinc oxide) and 2 mg of copper (as cupric oxide).
The cupric ion (C[u.sub.2+]), which is the biologically active copper species, has broad-spectrum activity against fouling organisms, an essential property given the thousands of marine organisms around the world that are capable of colonizing the portions of ship hulls immersed in water.