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Cuprous Thiocyanate


Main content % ≥98.0 ≥98.5
Moisture % ≤0.5 ≤0.8
Sulfate  % ≤0.1 ≤0.08
Heavy metal % ≤0.001 ≤0.001
Total copper % ≥51.21 ≥51.5

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Cuprous Thiocyanate Applications

Cuprous thiocyanate, also known as copper(I) thiocyanate, is a chemical compound with the formula CuSCN. It is composed of copper (Cu) cations and thiocyanate (SCN-) anions. Cuprous thiocyanate has a white or pale yellow color and is sparingly soluble in water.

Cuprous thiocyanate finds applications in various areas, including chemistry research, industrial processes, and materials science. Here are a few examples:

1. Catalysis: Cuprous thiocyanate is often used as a catalyst in organic synthesis. It can facilitate various reactions, such as the Ullmann coupling reaction, which involves the formation of carbon-carbon bonds.

2. Photovoltaics: Cuprous thiocyanate has been investigated as a potential material for solar cells. It can function as a p-type semiconductor and has shown promise in the development of low-cost and efficient solar energy conversion devices.

3. Pigments: Cuprous thiocyanate can be used as a pigment in inks, paints, and coatings. Its white or yellow color can provide aesthetic properties and opacity to these products.

4. Stabilizer: Cuprous thiocyanate has been used as a stabilizer in the production of polymers and plastics. It can help prevent degradation caused by heat, light, or other environmental factors.

5. Analytical Chemistry: Cuprous thiocyanate is employed as a reagent in analytical chemistry methods, such as spectrophotometry. It can react with certain substances to form colored complexes, allowing for quantitative or qualitative analysis.

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