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Copper(II) sulfide is used in antifouling paints, mixed catalysts and to develop aniline black dyes in textile printing. Further, it is used as a varnish pigment and an oxidizing agent. In addition, it is used as a component of solid state electrodes and thin-film solar cell with cadmium sulfide. It is a moderate conductor of electricity and used in photovoltaics.
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Ghaedi, M.; Khodadoust, S.; Sadeghi, H.; Khodadoust, M. A.; Armand, R.; Fatehi, A. Application of ultrasonic radiation for simultaneous removal of auramine O and safranine O by copper sulfide nanoparticles: Experimental design. Spectrochim. Acta A Mol. Biomol. Spectrosc. 2015, 136, 1069-1075.