Copper oxide

Copper Oxide

This product is mainly used in the manufacture of glass, porcelain colorant, desulfurizer for oil hydrogenating agent, Organic synthesis catalyst, artificial silk manufacturing, gas analysis, etc.

What Are The Specific Applications Of Copper Oxide In The Field?

Copper oxide can play a coloring role in the glass production process. Glass will appear blue-green in the presence of copper oxide.

ADVANTAGE:Glass colored with copper oxide has a clear tone, a bright color, and even changes color under different light.

Copper oxide can be used to produce magnetic materials.

ADVANTAGE:The special copper oxide produced by our company for magnetic materials complies with RoHS standards. In the production of soft ferrite, it can significantly reduce the sintering temperature, reduce the volatilization of zinc oxide, improve the volume density of the ferrite core, and ensure a higher starting magnetic field. Conductivity.

Copper oxide can be used for desulfurization and catalysis in petroleum processing.

ADVANTAGE:The reaction process is simple, has good substrate tolerance, and has high yield, laying a good foundation for establishing a library of potentially active drug molecules.

Copper oxide is widely used in the fireworks industry.

ADVANTAGE:Copper oxide is widely used in the fireworks industry to improve the color, brightness and durability of fireworks. Its dosage varies with different types of fireworks. For example, blue fireworks require a large amount of copper oxide, while red fireworks require a small amount of copper oxide and other additives. In some large-scale fireworks activities, the amount of copper oxide is relatively large. Generally speaking, copper oxide is an indispensable and important raw material in the fireworks industry, which has a great impact on the color and effect of fireworks.

Copper oxide can be used as a colorant in enamel glaze raw materials.

ADVANTAGE:The raw materials of enamel glaze mainly come from minerals, rocks, clay and chemicals.
The raw materials of enamel glaze can be divided into refractories, fluxes, opalescent agents, colorants, electrolytes and suspending agents according to their functions. Colorants such as cobalt oxide, copper oxide, iron oxide, nickel oxide and other metal oxides are used to improve the adhesion of the glaze. The enamel colorant and the basic glaze melt with each other, and the unique color of the metal ions will color the enamel glaze. Some colorants are in the form of colloidal or suspended particles in the glaze. Such suspended particles scatter or absorb light to produce color. 
There are two ways to use colorants. One is to melt it together with other enamel raw materials to form a frit, and the other is to add it to the basic enamel in the form of a grinding additive.
(1) Cobalt oxide: Cobalt oxide is not only a colorant, but also a raw material to improve the adhesion performance of the enamel base glaze. Its dosage is 0.3~0.6%. Adding 0.002% cobalt oxide to the ingredients can produce a distinct blue color. If cobalt oxide is combined with oxides such as manganese, copper, iron, and nickel, other different colors will be produced.
(2) Copper oxide: There are two types of copper oxide: CuO and Cu2O. CuO can make the enamel appear blue, while Cu2O can turn it red. Copper oxide is mixed with cobalt oxide to produce cyan, and mixed with chromium oxide to produce green.
(3) Nickel oxide: both colorant and base glaze adhesive. It appears reddish-purple in potassium-containing glazes, and yellow-green in sodium-containing glazes.

Copper oxide can be used to produce copper powder catalyst.

ADVANTAGE:Copper powder catalyst is widely used in silicone production. Copper powder catalyst has special morphology, which can increase the contact area between silicon powder and catalyst, improve catalytic performance, greatly accelerate the production speed of silicone and increase the output of silicone.

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