Copper Fluoborate is most commonly used in organic synthesis of various compounds including Lewis acid and for cyclopropanation of alkenes. It has chemical formula Cu(BF4)2 with molar mass of 237.155 g/mol. Appears as blue colored crystals, this compound is water soluble in nature producing odorless solution. Copper Fluoborate is also known to have ability to accept 10 hydrogen bonds during a chemical reaction. This compound offered by us is highly pure and contains no impurities with good stability.
Chemistry of copper fluoborate baths. Table VII shows the composition of a typical acid copper fluoborate bath.