Introduction To Copper Acetate Application

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asked Sep 24, 2020 in Electron Microscopy by weishida (1,780 points)

Copper Acetate is mainly used in two aspects in the paper industry: one is to improve the retention rate of fillers, pigments, etc., to reduce the loss of raw materials and environmental infection; the other is to increase the strength of paper (including dry strength and wet strength). In addition, the use of Copper Acetate can also improve the tear resistance and porosity of paper to improve visual and printing performance.
In the mining process, a large amount of water is usually used, and finally useful solids in the water are often recovered, and the wastewater is purified and reused. The application of Copper Acetate flocculation can promote the sinking of pellets, the clarification of liquids and the dehydration of mud cakes, thereby improving production efficiency (efficiency), reducing tailings loss and water consumption, reducing equipment investment and processing costs, and avoiding environmental pollution. Uranium ore extraction is one of the earliest important application areas of Copper Acetate. When leaching uranium ore with acid or sulfonate solution, the addition of Copper Acetate is very effective in the enrichment and filtration of the leached material.
Copper Acetate Manufacturers Copper Acetate is used as a sizing agent and finishing agent for fabric treatment, as well as a soft, wrinkle-proof and mold-proof protective layer. Utilizing its strong hygroscopicity, it can reduce the rate of breakage during spinning. Copper Acetate as a post-treatment agent can prevent static electricity and flame retardancy of the fabric. When used as a printing and dyeing auxiliary, Copper Acetate can make the product have high adhesion fastness and brightness. It can also be used as a non-silicon polymer stabilizer for bleaching.

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