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In spite of its widespread use, cupro powder has a history of being associated with adverse effects on the liver. After carrying out a battery of experiments with the intention of determining how the powder affects the human liver, the researchers came to the conclusion that the chemical may cause the organ to respond excessively. In addition to this, it was found that the powder can stimulate the production of more inflammatory proteins in the liver. The research, which was carried out at the University of California, Berkeley, is an essential step in comprehending the dangers posed by the addition of cupro powder to food.


It is essential to manufacture copper powder using the method that is most suited to the task at hand in order to guarantee that the final product is free of impurities such as occlusion salts and is of the highest possible quality. The oxidation of cuprous oxide is the method that is considered to be the most effective method for the production of copper powder. A copper powder is reacted under controlled conditions with oxygen to form this powdered oxide substance. The reaction produces copper oxide. This oxide is a component of silicone compounds and antifouling paints, both of which are manufactured using the material. In foundries, it can be used to remove hydrogen from non-ferrous melts, which is another application for the material.

Roasting copper in an environment with a reducing atmosphere is the method that is utilized most frequently in the production of copper powder. It is possible to carry out this operation either in a furnace or in trays. After that, the powder is ground into a finer consistency in either the furnace hearth or a rod or ball mill.

The temperature of the reaction has a significant impact on the dimensions of the particles, particularly their surface areas. Additionally, the motion of the particles has an effect on the chemical characteristics. When compared to larger particles, finer ones have a higher specific surface area. The surface area, the surface roughness, and the distribution of particles are three factors that can have an effect on the specific surface.

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