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Cumene

Cumene is an organic compound that is based on an aromatic hydrocarbon with an aliphatic substitution. It is a constituent of crude oil and refined fuels,in manufacture of phenol, acetone, acetophenone, and methylstyrene.Cumene is a constituent of crude oil and finished fuels. It is released to the environment as a result of its production and processing from petroleum refining, the evaporation and combustion of petroleum products, and by the use of a variety of products containing cumene.

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Cumene Hydroperoxide

Cumene hydroperoxide is an intermediate in the cumene process. It is a relatively stable organic peroxide. It is used as a polymerization inhibitor particularly in redox systems and to manufacture organic peroxides, primarily dicumylperoxide, which are used in the manufacture of plastic resins and as initiators in chemical reactions.

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Cupric Bromide

Cupric bromide is a chemical compound. It is used in photographic processing as an intensifier and as a brominating agent in organic synthesis. It is also used in the Copper vapor laser, a class of laser where the medium is copper bromide vapour formed in situ from hydrogen bromide in reaction with the enclosing copper discharge tube. Producing yellow or green light, it is used in dermatological applications.

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Cuprous Iodide

Cuprous iodide is an inorganic compound. It is useful in a variety of applications ranging from organic synthesis to cloud seeding. It is used as a source of dietary iodine in table salt and animal feed. It is also used in the detection of mercury.

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Cuprous oxide

Copper(I) oxide or cuprous oxide is the inorganic compound with the formula Cu2O. It is one of the principal oxides of copper.It is commonly used as a pigment, a fungicide, and an antifouling agent for marine paints.

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Curium

Curium is a synthetic radioactive transuranic element. It was named after Marie Sklodowska Curie and her husband Pierre Curie. Curium periodic table element is named after chemist and physicist Marie Curie. Curium was identified by Glenn Seaborg, Ralph James and Albert Ghiorso in 1944 at the wartime metallurgical laboratory at the University of Chicago. Its production was the result of helium-ion bombardment of radioactive element Plutonium-239. Curium is highly radioactive. As a metal, it is lustrous and silvery. It is malleable, chemically reactive and electropositive. Its surface rapidly oxidizes in air, gaining a thin film. In dilute solutions, it dissolves rapidly to form Cm (III) solutions. Curium metal exists in two crystal structures double-hexagonal close-packed, face-centered cubic close-packed.

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