Synthesis of Copper Acetate

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asked Mar 4, 2019 in 3D Segmentation by weishida (1,780 points)

Copper Acetate Manufacturers(WSDTY) proposed Copper Acetate is used for quite a few things, I've heared that it can be used in PCB etching, so if you're here for that then welcome! (Welcome to everbody else as well so I don't know why I'm being specific..) Anyway, it can also be used to make nice looking blue-ey crystals that's what I'm making mine for, and I'm just trying to use some of my chemical knowledge to work out how much I need of each substance based off how much copper I have. So I'll see what happns.

Copper acetate hydrate adopts the paddle wheel structure seen also for related Rh(II) and Cr(II) tetraacetates. One oxygen atom on each acetate is bound to one copper at 1.97 ? . Completing the coordination sphere are two water ligands, with Cu–O distances of 2.20 ? (220 pm). The two five-coordinate copper atoms are separated by only 2.62 ? (262 pm), which is close to the Cu–Cu separation in metallic copper.The two copper centers interact resulting in a diminishing of the magnetic moment such that near 90 K, Cu2(OAc)4(H2O)2 is essentially diamagnetic due to cancellation of the two opposing spins. Cu2(OAc)4(H2O)2 was a critical step in the development of modern theories for antiferromagnetic coupling.

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