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copper 2 chloride dihydrate is a blue green chemical compound with a strong smell of chlorine. This is the dihydrate form of the naturally occurring mineral eriochalcite and it has many interesting properties.
The name is derived from the Latin word cuprium which means metal of Cyprus and it is commonly used in metallurgy to recover mercury from ores, in refining copper, silver and gold, in tinting baths of iron and tin, in photography and in pyrotechnics.
It is used as an analytical reagent, oxidant, mordant, Catalyst, insecticide, Oil industry deodorizer, desulfurization and purification agent, and as a component of wood preservative and disinfectant. It is also used as a pigment for glass, ceramics and it is found in pyrotechnics as a fixer and desensitizer.
Reagent grade products meet or exceed tough regulatory standards and are often stocked in high purity, submicron or nanopowder forms. It is also available in an extensive range of custom formulations and in bulk quantities.
Best known for its role in the synthesis of organic compounds, copper chloride has an illustrious history as the catalyst for a number of key reactions including tetrahydropyranylation, free radical addition and elimination, Lewis acid synthesis, conjugate additions and acylation. It is also a highly effective hydrolysis promoter of acetonides and hydroxyl groups.
It is a very efficient and cost effective catalyst in the catalytic synthesis of 3-haloindoles using mild conditions and high yields. It also has a number of specialized applications such as catalytic hydrogenation and the synthesis of vinyl chloride and dichloroethane from sulfonyl chlorides.