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Chemical Formula for Copper Plating





Hi.

I am wondering what the chemical formula for copper plating is. I am using CuSO4 as the bath. If you can answer this question I would be most appreciative.

Patrick Ryan
- Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
2001



The chemical formula for copper plating is Cu0 unless I misunderstood you.

Ted Mooney, finishing.com
Ted Mooney, P.E.
Striving to live Aloha
finishing.com - Pine Beach, New Jersey
2001


Hello. I was wondering what is the formula of the element copper? and what does formula mean?

Indya S.
student - Perth, Wa, Australia
2006



Middle English coper, from Old English, from Late Latin cuprum, from Latin Cyprium (aes), Cyprian (metal), from Cyprius, of Cyprus, from Greek Kuprios, from Kupros, Cyprus.

Cu would be from the Late Latin Cuprum

Tom Mayer
- Bogart, GA, USA
2007




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