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CUPRIC SULFATE PENTAHYDRATE CRYSTALS<br />
CuSO4*5H2O (Copper II Sulfate)<br />
Evaporation of a water solution of CuSO4 yields triclinic blue crystals of CuSO4. 5H2O, which is composed of hydrated copper ions, Cu(H2O)4 2+ and hydrated sulfate ions, SO4(H2O) 2-. Compound of small, highly positively charged ions commonly form hydrates.

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CUPRIC SULFATE PENTAHYDRATE CRYSTALS
CuSO4*5H2O (Copper II Sulfate)
Evaporation of a water solution of CuSO4 yields triclinic blue crystals of CuSO4. 5H2O, which is composed of hydrated copper ions, Cu(H2O)4 2+ and hydrated sulfate ions, SO4(H2O) 2-. Compound of small, highly positively charged ions commonly form hydrates.

Copyright:© 1998 Jeff J. Daly - Fundamental Photographs

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