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As a project of a senior level class, we are looking at conductive painting systems. Can anyone provide input on handling of copper powder in aqueous solutions to avoid the oxidation of copper?
David M. Wingfield
Avon Connecticut USA
Interesting question; I don't know what commercial manufacturers do. But I would think that including a corrosion inhibitor and/or a reducing agent would prevent the oxidation.
Ted Mooney, P.E.
Pine Beach, New Jersey
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