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1325C

Copper oxide melts

Above 1025C copper becomes increasingly volatile and its crystalline structure breaks down, then it finally melts.

Related Information

Links

Materials Copper Oxide Red
Materials Copper Oxide Black
URLs http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copper(II)_oxide
Copper oxide at Wikipedia

By Tony Hansen


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