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Copper single crystal, 15mm (0.59in) dia, 50mm (2.0in) long, (111) orientation | CAS Number: 7440-50-8

Catalog Number
ACM74405086
Product Name
Copper single crystal, 15mm (0.59in) dia, 50mm (2.0in) long, (111) orientation
Structure
CAS Number
7440-50-8
EC Number
231-159-6
MDL Number
MFCD00010965
Synonyms
Copper nanoparticle suspension
Molecular Weight
63.55
Molecular Formula
Cu
Boiling Point
Varies by solvent
Melting Point
Varies by solvent
Density
Varies by solvent
Appearance
Liquid dispersion
particles size
25 nm
Special Surface Area(Square meters per gram)
30-50 m2/g
Ratio(Poisson's Ratio)
0.34
Young's Modulus
110–128 GPa
Vickers Hardness
369 MPa
Morphology
Spherical
Thermal Expansion
(25 °C) 16.5 µm·m-1·K-1
True Density
8.96 g/cm3
Bulk Density
0.15 -0.35 g/cm3
Size Range
2-60 nm
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1Analysis of copper tolerant rhizobacteria from the industrial belt of Gujarat, western India for plant growth promotion in metal polluted agriculture soils.

Sharaff M1, Kamat S1, Archana G2.

Ecotoxicol Environ Saf. 2016 Dec 27;138:113-121. doi: 10.1016/j.ecoenv.2016.12.023. [Epub ahead of print]

Agricultural sites irrigated for long term with water polluted by industrial effluents containing heavy metals might adversely affect the soil microbial communities and crop yield. Hence it is important to study rhizobacterial communities and their metal tolerance in such affected agricultural fields to restore soil fertility and ecosystem. Present work deals with the study of rhizobacterial communities from plants grown in copper (Cu) contaminated agricultural fields along the industrial zone of Gujarat, India and are compared with communities from a Cu mine site. Read More

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