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Yes , it forms different hydrates .

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Q: Can Copper Sulfate form multiple hydrates?
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Is it possible for copper to have both ionic amd covalent bond?

Yes, as transition metal it is able to form hydrates (up to five) which are covalent while sulfate ions are ionically bonded in Copper(II)-sulfate-pentahydrate.


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Copper sulfate in the solid form are crystals


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If you needed to use powered copper 2 sulfate in an experiment and were only supplied with clumps of copper 2 sulfate which tool would you need to convert the copper sulfate to usable form?


Why Hydrated copper sulfate crystals cannot be obtained from a solution by direct heating?

Heating the saturated solution of Copper sulfate will not form the hydrated copper sulfate crystals because only after cooling down the saturated solution of copper sulfate then only the crystals of the hydrated copper sulfate can be formed


If you needed to use powdered copper sulfate in an experiment and were only supplied with clumps of copper sulfate which tool would you need convert the copper sulfate to usable form?

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How do you get copper from copper sulfate solution?

Copper can be obtained from copper sulfate solution by electroplating it onto an electrode or by adding a metal higher in the electromotive series than copper, such as iron, to the solution. The more active metal will dissolve by displacing copper in metallic form from the copper sulfate.


If you needed to use powdered copper II sulfate in an experiment and were only supplied with clumps of copper II sulfate which tool would you need to convert the copper sulfate to usable form?

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If you needed to use powdered copper (II) sulfate in an experiment and were only supplied with clumps of copper (II) sulfate which tool would you need to convert the copper sulfate to usable form?

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What is the formula of copper (II) sulfate?

The formula unit for copper II sulfate is CuSO4.


Is cupric sulfate blue?

Most people think that Cupric sulfate or Copper(II) sulfate, is blue in colour. But actually it is not. Blue colour in Copper(II) sulfate is due to the presence of Water molecules in it. This form is called Copper(II) sulfate Pentahydrate[CuSO4.5H2O], which most people see. If it does not have any water molecules in it, the thing is in pure state and is White in colour. This form is Anhydrous Copper(II) sulfate[CuSO4]. This form is rarely seen, because it can absorb water itself from the nature and become blue in colour. So from this we know that very pure Copper(II) sulfate is not blue, But its Pentahydrate form is blue.


What is the pink precipitate formed when iron is added to copper sulfate?

The pink precipitate is finely divided copper, reduced to its metallic form by displacement from copper sulfate by iron, which is higher in the electromotive series than copper. Iron sulfate remains in solution.