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CORROSION COPPER  AND BRASS PIPES<br />
With Copper Carbonate Deposits<br />
In acidic water (pH less than 6) with high oxygen content, the metal may dissolve to form the copper ion Cu2+. A deposit can form on top of the oxide layer which typically consists of copper carbonate.

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CORROSION COPPER AND BRASS PIPES
With Copper Carbonate Deposits
In acidic water (pH less than 6) with high oxygen content, the metal may dissolve to form the copper ion Cu2+. A deposit can form on top of the oxide layer which typically consists of copper carbonate.

Copyright:© 2003 Jeff J. Daly - Fundamental Photographs

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