Copper (II) carbonate, also known as cupric carbonate, is used primarily as a glaze or slip colorant.
Copper carbonate can be applied by brushwork as a wash on bisqueware.
It has the potential to produce shades of green, turquoise, or red, depending on firing conditions and glaze formation.
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