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Molecular weight : 98.999 g/mol
Melting point : 423 °C (793 °F)
Boiling point : 1,490 °C (2,710 °F) (decomposes)
Density : 4.14 g/cm3
Solubility of copper(I) chloride
Similar to silver chloride, with higher concentrations of chloride solutions there are a number of different chloride complexes formed that have higher solubility.
6M hydrochloric acid can dissolve 156 g/liter at 20 °C and 285 g/liter at 100 °C.
6M sodium chloride solution can dissolve 193 g/liter at 20 °C and 401 g/liter at 100 °C.
Other chlorides, for example CuCl2, FeCl2 or NH4Cl also increases the solubility of copper(I) chloride.
- GRF : solar_plasma on the color of water solutions
- Wikipedia : Copper(I) chloride
- Journal of chemical and engineering data : Solubility of cuprous chloride in various soluble aqueous chlorides, James J. Fritz 1982, DOI: 10.1021/je00028a027 (downloaded)