[sdiy] Disposing of cupric chloride

Paul Anderson wackyvorlon at me.com
Tue Jan 28 01:05:32 CET 2014

What colour of blue is it? You should have copper carbonate, which is a light blue. 

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> On Jan 27, 2014, at 3:29 PM, Karl Ekdahl <elektrodwarf at yahoo.se> wrote:
> Hi list, so i had a little acid spill and need to dispose of some cupric chloride but haven't found any straight answers on how to. I neutralized the solution using water and baking soda, and then i put a beer can in the mix as i heard aluminium will form crystals with the copper which would be way easier to dispose of then the liquid form. Long story short i've ended up with a bucket of blue water with what looks to be salt in the bottom. I assume the "salt" is the copper, now can i simply pour the blue water in the drain or is it still super poisonous?
> Thanks
> Karl
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