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Copper oxychloride production process

Copper(II) chloride is prepared from copper(II) oxychloride in a nonpolar solvent, preferably during oxychlorination. As the source of hydrogen chloride, the hydrochlorides of certain tertiary amines having 12-40 carbon atoms in total are utilized. The amine contains at most one N-methyl group and its dissociation constant K a of the equilibrium reaction NR.sub.3 H.sup.⊕ +H.sub.2 O⃡NR.sub

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