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Kinetics of Formation of Concentrated Copper (I) Solutions and Their Role in Hydrometallurgy and Electrorefining: A Green Perspective
The Chemistry of monovalent copper, i.e., Cu(I) has been exploited to a great extent in the past few decades. Physicochemical studies like molar conductance, viscosity, isentropic compressibility and NMR of Cu(I) complexes with anions such as ClO4 -, NO3 -, SO4 -, HSO4 -, etc. and their derivatives with organic ligands like Acetonitrile, Benzonitrile, Phenanthroline, Dimethyl phenanthroline, Bipyridyl, Thiourea, etc. have been carried out in aqueous and nonaqueous solvents. In addition to thesedoi:10.24214/ijghc/gc/7/3/67984 fatcat:lh2mfrlddvd4vefshr7ugpqpba