A spectrophotometric study of aqueous copper(I)-chloride complexes in LiCl solutions between 100°C and 250°C.
Copper transport and deposition in highly saline hydrothermal fluids are controlled by the stability of copper(I) complexes with ligands such as chloride and hydrosulphide. However, our understanding of the behavior of copper(I) chloride complexes at elevated temperatures and in highly saline brines is limited by the conditions of existing experimental studies where the maximum chloride concentration is 2 m. This paper presents the results of a study of copper(I) chloride complexes at much...[Show more]
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