Copper sulfate


copper sulfate with formula CuSO4.5H2O has Transparent blue crystals, and light blue Powder. The copper sulfate crystals are gradually split in dry air, then dried and converted into powder. At 45 ° C, it loses 2 molecules (2 molecules attached to cu will be released at a lower degree) and will lose 4 molecules of crystalline water at 110 ° C. These 4 molecules are attached to so4 and will be separated harder from the copper molecule and will lose the last crystalline water at 250 ° C. this substance is decomposed at 400 ° C and has a specific gravity of 2.87.



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