Difference between revisions of "Copper oxalate"

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A rare light blue corrosion product that was found in the patina of the horses of San Marco in Venice.
 
A rare light blue corrosion product that was found in the patina of the horses of San Marco in Venice.
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== Synonyms and Related Terms ==
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copper(II) oxalate
  
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==Risks==
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* CDH Fine Chemicals: [https://www.cdhfinechemical.com/images/product/msds/66_934996630_COPPER(II)OXALATECASNO-814-91-5MSDS.pdf SDS]
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==Physical and Chemical Properties==
 
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== Additional Information ==
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==Resources and Citations==
  
V. Alumno-Rosetti, M. Marabelli. 'Analysis of the Patina of a Gilded Horse of the St. Mark's Basilica in Venice: Corrosion Mechanism and Conservation Problems". Studies in Conservation 12(4):161-70, 1976.
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* V. Alumno-Rosetti, M. Marabelli. 'Analysis of the Patina of a Gilded Horse of the St. Mark's Basilica in Venice: Corrosion Mechanism and Conservation Problems". Studies in Conservation 12(4):161-70, 1976.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:02, 4 July 2022

Description

A rare light blue corrosion product that was found in the patina of the horses of San Marco in Venice.

Synonyms and Related Terms

copper(II) oxalate

Risks

  • CDH Fine Chemicals: SDS

Physical and Chemical Properties

Composition Cu(COO)2

Resources and Citations

  • V. Alumno-Rosetti, M. Marabelli. 'Analysis of the Patina of a Gilded Horse of the St. Mark's Basilica in Venice: Corrosion Mechanism and Conservation Problems". Studies in Conservation 12(4):161-70, 1976.

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