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Production of Pigment Grade Cuprous Oxide from Cupric Oxide in Presence of Graphite.
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The Bureau of Mines, in a cooperative agreement with the White Pine Copper Company, White Pine, Michigan, undertook the development of a procedure to produce a pigment-grade red cuprous oxide from a black cupric oxide precipitate. This report describes the five steps required, namely pelletizing, decomposing in an inert atmosphere in the presence of graphite, grinding, sizing, and coating to provide stability.
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