See All ProductsCopper Oxychloride

Action

Fungicide

Use

For citrus, fruit, grapes, olive trees, ornamentals, plantation crops, potatoes and vegetables.

Formulation

Dry flowable, wettable powder, water dispersible granule.

Identification

Common Names

Copper Oxychloride; Basic Cupric Chloride

Exp. Code Number

CN 38082010 (Ciech S.A. Agro-Sulphur Group)

CAS Code

1332-40-7

Other Code Numbers

EINECS 215-572-9; SHA 023501

Chemistry

Composition

Approx 3Cu(OH)2•CuCl2

Properties

Green to bluish-green powder; apparent density 420-520 g/l. Composition of product varies with conditions of manufacture but generally 56%-58% copper. If precipitated in the presence of lime, a product approaching 3Cu(OH)2•CaCl2 in composition may be obtained. Both strongly corrosive to iron, galvanized iron. Soluble in ammonium hydroxide solutions. Soluble with decomposition in dilute acids.

Environmental Guidelines

Hazard

Fish, aquatic organisms: Toxic. Bee: Nontoxic

Water Solubility

Insoluble

Safety Guidelines

Toxicity

Low mammalian. (Rat): Oral LD50 1470 mg/kg

Emergency Guidelines

First Aid

Get medical aid. Eyes: immediately flush with water for at least 15 minutes. Ingestion: induce vomiting