|Arsenic||3ppm max||3ppm max|
|Lead||25ppm max||10ppm max|
|Reducing Substances||1.0% max||0.1% max|
|Packing||in 25kg bag|
|Storage||20℃, 2 years.|
|Shipping||Room temperature in China; may vary elsewhere|
|Common Names||Copper Gluconate| Copper(II) D-gluconate|
|CAS No.||527-09-3||Boiling Point (℃)||673.6ºC|
|Molecular Weight||453.84||Melting Point (℃)||155-157ºC|
|Appearance||Light blue green powder||Vapor Specific Gravity||N/A|
|HS Code||2918160000||Flash Point (℃)||375.2ºC|
|Solubility||soluble in water and slightly soluble in alcohol||Autoignition Temperature (℃)|
Uses of Copper Gluconate
Copper gluconate is a copper light blue fine powder. The FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA) evaluated copper gluconate as a copper supplement with “usefulness, safety, and necessity.” The United States, Japan, and other countries have designated copper gluconate as a food fortifier allowed to be used and as a treatment for copper deficiency.
Copper gluconate is a supplement commonly used in cosmetic cosmetics and skin care products. It can also be used to treat conditions such as copper deficiency, which causes anemia.