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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.

cupric

/cu·pric/ (koo´prik) containing copper in its divalent form (dbondCu), and yielding divalent ions (Cu2+) in aqueous solution.
cupric sulfate  a crystalline salt of copper used as an emetic, astringent, and fungicide, as an oral antidote to phosphorus poisoning and a topical treatment of cutaneous phosphorus burns, and as a catalyst in iron deficiency anemia.

cupric

[kyo̅o̅′prik]
Etymology: L, cuprum, copper
pertaining to copper in its divalent form, as cupric sulfate. Also called copper (II), as in copper (II) sulfate.

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.

cupric

pertaining to or containing divalent copper.

cupric complex
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