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Copper(I) sulfide is used in luminous paints, electrodes and in solar cells. It is also used for grain mounts, XRD and in microprobe standards for the identification of unknown minerals. It acts as a precursor for the preparation of copper(I) oxide and copper metal. Further, it acts as a catalyst.
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