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    Is tetraamine copper chloride water soluble? If not does it risk decomposing to boil away an aqueous solution of it?
    Can't find it anywhere online!!
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    Apparently soluble, 38 g/L at 273 K.

    MSDS PAGE: MSDS 10060-13-6 CAS Diammonium Tetrachlorocuprate(II) Dihydrate, 98% None known.

    As for decomposition, I couldn't find any information as to a decomposition temperature but heat it too much and it will give off ammonia and HCl, you don't want to be breathing those.


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