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HYDROUS AND ANHYDROUS CUPRIC (II) SULFATE<br />
Hydrated and Dehydrated CuSO4<br />
Hydrous cupric (II) sulfate is a deep blue; when dehydrated the compound becomes lighter and nearly white or whitish blue.

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HYDROUS AND ANHYDROUS CUPRIC (II) SULFATE
Hydrated and Dehydrated CuSO4
Hydrous cupric (II) sulfate is a deep blue; when dehydrated the compound becomes lighter and nearly white or whitish blue.

Copyright:© 1984 Chip Clark - Fundamental Photographs

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