Pure cobalt carbonate and copper carbonate at 1850F


Tuesday 21st October 2014

Cobalt carbonate (top) and copper carbonate (bottom). Left is the raw powder plastic-formed into a sample (with 2% veegum). Right: fired to 1850F. The CuCO3 is quickly densifying over the past 100 degrees and should begin to melt soon. It is long past the fuming stage.

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Copper Carbonate Basic, CoO, Copper Carbonate, Cobalt Carbonate


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