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I have thought about using dichloroisocyanuric acid or potassium permanganate, would that be possible?
copper "purple patina"? There seems to be multiple interesting hits. // Note that you would get more practical advises from people actually working with patina than from chemists, as empirical experience beats better understanding of underlying processes. $\endgroup$