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The EVISA Link database contains information about all aspects of copper speciation:
- copper species determination (analytical methods etc)
- toxicity and biological activity of different copper species
- distribution and fate of copper species in the environment
- mobility, bioavailability and bioaccumulation of copper species
- Research groups and their projects related to the chemical speciation of Cu
- Standards, rules and legislation related to copper

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Australian Government: National Pollutant Inventory: Copper and compounds
Copper and compounds has a widespread use in a range of applications. It is used to make electrical products and electronics (electrical generators and motors, electrical power and lighting fixtures...

Australian Government: National Pollutant Inventory: Copper and compounds
Copper and compounds has a widespread use in a range of applications. It is used to make electrical products and electronics (electrical generators and motors, electrical power and lighting fixtures...

Australian Government: National Pollutant Inventory: Copper and compounds
Copper and compounds has a widespread use in a range of applications. It is used to make electrical products and electronics (electrical generators and motors, electrical power and lighting fixtures...

Australian Government: National Pollutant Inventory: Copper and compounds
Copper and compounds has a widespread use in a range of applications. It is used to make electrical products and electronics (electrical generators and motors, electrical power and lighting fixtures...

Chemical Fact Sheet: Copper
Copper - (L. cuprum, from the island of Cyprus), Cu; at. wt. 63.546(3); at. no. 29; f.p. 1084.62 deg C; b.p. 2562 deg C; sp. gr. 8.96 (20 deg C); valence 1 or 2. The discovery of copper dates from pre...

Copper Development Association: Uses of Copper Compounds: Copper Compounds
In addition to their many uses in agriculture and biology, copper salts have an astonishing variety of industrial uses, chiefly of a specialised nature, and there is hardly an industry which does no...

Copper Development Association: Uses of Copper Compounds: Other Copper Compounds
Copper AcetatesCuprous OxideCupric Oxide (black copper oxide)Cupric ChlorideCopper OxychlorideCuprous ChlorideCupric NitrateCopper CyanideCopper SoapsCopper NaphthenateAnhydrous and Monohydrated Coppe...

Copper in food
Copper is an essential part of several body enzymes (natural substances required for chemical reactions in the body). It is necessary for iron metabolism, for the formation of the brown pigment, melan...

Copper in San Francisco Bay
Introduction The Impairment Assessment Report for Copper and Nickel in Lower South San Francisco Bay (7MB PDF) concluded that impairment of beneficial uses due to copper...

Copper in San Francisco Bay: Resources to Reduce Scientific Uncertainties
IntroductionThe Impairment Assessment Report for Copper and Nickel in Lower South San Francisco Bay (7MB PDF) concluded that impairment of beneficial uses due to copper and nickel is unlikely. The rep...

Copper in San Francisco Bay: Resources to Reduce Scientific Uncertainties
IntroductionThe Impairment Assessment Report for Copper and Nickel in Lower South San Francisco Bay (7MB PDF) concluded that impairment of beneficial uses due to copper and nickel is unlikely. The rep...

CSIRO: The facts about CCA-treated timber
This comprehensive fact sheet provides consumers with up-to-date information and advice about timber treated with Australia’s most widely used wood preservative, copper chromium arsenic (CCA)....

CSIRO: The facts about CCA-treated timber
This comprehensive fact sheet provides consumers with up-to-date information and advice about timber treated with Australia’s most widely used wood preservative, copper chromium arsenic (CCA)....

Dartmouth Toxic Metal Research: Copper - An Ancient Metal
Humans Meet Metal Between seven and ten thousand years ago, our early ancestors discovered that copper is mallea...

EFSA: Scientific Opinion on the safety of a copper chelate of hydroxy analogue of methionine (Mintrex®Cu) as feed additive for all species
Adopted: 16 April 2008 ...



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