Chemistry 100 Lab

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What will be the color of copper II oxide when heated in the presence of hydrogen?

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    CuO + H2 + heat ==> Cu(s) + H2O

    Copper metal--you know what color that is. I expect it will be a black powder if produced this way because the particles are so finely divided.

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