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The anodic oxidation of copper in sodium acetate aqueous solutions is studied in relation to the anodic films formed, in order to elucidate the role of acetates to the corrosion of copper. At open circuit conditions a cuprous oxide layer is formed having a thickness of few monolayers. At low anodic potentials, a composition with a single component which is cuprous oxide, is observed for the thin anodic film, whereas at relatively high anodic potentials a cuprous oxide and cupric hydroxide filmdoi:10.3303/CET1441050 doaj:b32ffd4d37694434aa951ad4c20d308c fatcat:2kbxegi4vvcszmgvpyznmkb4ce