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The molecular formula of copper(II) sulfate is CuSO4. Its chemical name is cupric sulphate. Copper has two oxidation states of 2 and 1. In CuSO4, the copper ion has oxidation state 2. More »

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The compound copper(I) sulfate is represented by the chemical formula CuSO4. It contains one atom of copper, one atom of sulfur and four atoms of oxygen. More »

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According to the Royal Society of Chemistry, copper sulfate becomes dehydrated and changes physical properties when it is heated. The color as well as the makeup of the element changes when heat is applied. More »

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The compound copper(I) sulfate is represented by the chemical formula CuSO4. It contains one atom of copper, one atom of sulfur and four atoms of oxygen. More »

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When combined, copper(II) chloride and aluminum form copper metal and aluminum chloride. The balanced equation for the reaction is 3CuCl2 + 2Al = 2AlCl3 + 3Cu, where Cu symbolizes copper, Cl symbolizes chlorine and Al sy... More »

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CuSO4 is the formula for the chemical compound copper sulphate. The most common form of this compound is the pentahydrate, which is bright blue in color, and because of this hue, it is known as blue vitriol and bluestone... More »

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The compound with the chemical formula CuSO4 x 5H2O is called copper (II) sulfate pentahydrate, and it appears in the form of blue crystals, granules or powder. Also referred to as blue vitriol, copper sulfate pentahydra... More »

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