Copper ammonium acetate is also commonly known as copper diacetate or simply copper acetate. It is a white odourless powder that is used in various industries, including woodworking, metal processing, and in the manufacture of dyes, pigments, and fertilizers. When rubber is exposed to copper ammonium acetate, the rubber may become brittle and the edges may become cracked. Additionally, the rubber may discolor over time, and the surface may become rougher and less glossy. The rate at which these effects occur depends on the type of rubber, the environmental conditions, and the concentration of the chemical.
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