Definition and Usage Areas Copper(II) sulfate
Copper sulfate pentahydrate decomposes before melting. Upon heating at 63°C (145°F), it loses two water molecules, followed by two more at 109°C (228°F) and the last water molecule at 200°C (392°F).   Dehydration continues with the breakdown of tetraacuopperin (2+), two opposing aqua groups disappear to give a diacoper (2+) fragment. The second dehydration stage occurs when the last two battery packs are lost. Complete dehydration occurs when the unbound water molecule is lost. At 650 °C (1,202 °F), copper(II) sulfate decomposes into copper(II) oxide (CuO) and sulfur trioxide (SO3).
CuSO4, also known as bluestone, is a blue and odorless substance. Copper sulfate is produced industrially by treating copper metal with its oxides with hot concentrated sulfuric acid or dilute sulfuric acid. CuSO4 is often purchased for laboratory use. CuSO4 can also be produced by slow leaching of low grade copper ore in air; Bacteria can be used to speed up the process.
Appearance : Blue Odorless
Kimyasal Adı : CuSO4 / Blue vitriol; Copper (II) Sulfate Pentahydrate
Chemical Formula: CuSO4
Packaging Type: 25 Kg. in lukewarm bags
Commercial copper sulfate is usually about 98% pure CuSO4 and may contain small amounts of water. Anhydrous CuSO4 is 39.81 percent copper and 60.19 percent sulfate by mass and, in its blue, aqueous form, is 25.47% copper, 38.47% sulfate (12.82% sulfur) and 36.06% water, by mass. Four kinds of crystal sizes are provided, according to the use of large crystals (10-40 mm), small crystals (2-10 mm), snow crystals (less than 2 mm) and wind-scavenging dust (less than 0.15 mm).
- An additive for bookbinding pastes and glues to protect paper from insect bites in printing,
- As a water-resistant and disinfectant concrete admixture in the building.
- As a coloring component in works of art, especially glasses and pottery
- CuSO4 is used as a blue colored substance in the manufacture of fireworks.
- In decoration, CuSO4 adds color to cement, metals and ceramics.
- It corrects copper deficiencies in soil and animals and promotes the growth of livestock.
- In decoration, CuSO4 adds color to cement, metals and ceramics. Some batteries, electrodes and wire contain CuSO4. It is used in printing ink and hair dye and creates a green color in fireworks.