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HEATING CUPRIC SULFATE PENTAHYDRATE SOLID<br />
CuSO4*5H2O (Copper II Sulfate)<br />
Heated CuSO4<br />
5H2O loses 2H2O at 30 deg C., 2 more H2O at 110 deg C. and becomes anhydrous by 250 deg C. changing color from blue to white.

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HEATING CUPRIC SULFATE PENTAHYDRATE SOLID
CuSO4*5H2O (Copper II Sulfate)
Heated CuSO4
5H2O loses 2H2O at 30 deg C., 2 more H2O at 110 deg C. and becomes anhydrous by 250 deg C. changing color from blue to white.

Copyright:© 1994 Paul Silverman - Fundamental Photographs

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