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cuprous

 [ku´prus]
pertaining to or containing monovalent copper.

cuprous

/cu·prous/ (ku´prus) pertaining to or containing monovalent copper.

cuprous

(kū′prŭs)
Concerning monovalent copper, Cu+, in a compound; also referred to as Cu I or Cu (I).

cuprous

pertaining to or containing monovalent copper.
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The research team developed the technique by "growing" layers of zinc oxide and titanium oxide, one atom-thick layer at a time, on the cuprous oxide surface.
This measure should be done carefully, as cuprous ions in the bath sample can change rapidly to cupric ions; thus, conditions used by the method are designed to slow conversion of cuprous to cupric during the test.
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The tautly stretched and distorted contours suggest that some grotesque life form is about to burst out of its cuprous chrysalis and engulf the scrubbed, trim block of the renovated mess hall.
The red coloration observed with cross-polarized light microscopy is consistent with the properties of cuprous oxide [Cu.
The addition of phosphorus (P) to the melt forms cuprous phosphate ([Cu.
All begin with the formulation of cuprous sulfide as given by:
This assay is similar to the Lowry method in that both rely on the biuret reaction for generation of a colored complex between peptide bonds and cuprous ions when protein is placed in an alkaline environment containing [Cu.