Cuso4 Boiling Point

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cuso4 boiling point

We are offering an excellent quality range of Copper Sulfate Pentahydrate in powder and blue crystalline granules forms, Zorui brand, that is used as a reagent in the mining industry. This chemical compound is also used for electroplating and in the preparation of dyes, among other industrial uses. It is available in bag packaging of capacities ranging from 25 to 1000 kg. It has a boiling and melting point of 110 c and 650 c respectively. It is poisonous in nature and must be stored in dry places to prevent any changes in its properties.

Cuso4 is also known by the names cupric sulfate, calcanite, blue caparrosa, and Roman vitriol. It has a formula of CuSO4(H2O)x, where x can vary from 0 to 5. When it is in the anhydrous form, its color is white or light gray. It turns blue when it is hydrated, which means that there are water molecules attached to each copper sulfate molecule.

When it is heated up, the water molecules dissociate and anhydrous CuSO4 loses its blue colour. When the anhydrous compound is rehydrated, it turns back into its blue crystalline form again. This is because the central metal atoms attract the water molecules to them.

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