Why is copper pliable but copper sulfate not pliable?
Copper is a simple metal. It is held togeth by metallic bonds. In this setup, positively charged copper ions sit in a mutually shared "pool" of electrons. The ions are essentially held together by their attraction to these electrons. Since these electrons are free to move throughout the metal, the copper is not limited to any rigid form.
Copper sulfate is a salt, consisting of positively charged copper ions and negatively charged sulfate ions. This forms a definite crystal lattice, with the ions arranged into a rigid, repeating structure. When you apply enough force to the crystal, you will force the positive and negative ions out of alignment along a portion of the structure. When this happens the bonds between the ions, which depended on this alignment, break and the crystal fractures or cleaves.
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Not exactly. There are two possible types of copper sulfate. Cupric sulfate is copper II sulfate, with the formula CuSO4. Cuprous sulfate is copper I sulfate with the formula Cu2SO4. Read More
Copper sulfate is not black. Combined with water, as hydrated copper sulfate, it is blue. Without water, as anhydrous copper sulfate, it is white. Read More
Copper sulfate has CuSO4 as its formula. Copper sulfate is also written copper(II) sulfate. Remember that Copper sulfate contains Copper, Sulfate and Oxygen because anything ending with 'ate' therefore contains oxygen Read More
Copper sulfate has CuSO4 as its formula. Copper sulfate is also written copper (II) sulfate. Read More
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Copper(I) sulfate is Cu2SO4: the ratio Cu/SO4 is 2. Read More
Copper sulfate is not a metal There are two compounds called Copper Sulfate, which are salts of the metal Copper. CuSO4 is Copper (II) Sulfate, once known as Cupric Sulfate. Cu2SO4 is Copper (I) Sulfate, once known as Cuprous Sulfate. Read More
No. Copper sulfate is a compound of the elements copper, sulfur, and oxygen. Read More
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a copper sulfate solution it becomes copper (II) sulfate pentahydrate Read More
The iron will react with the copper sulfate, producing iron sulfate and elemental copper. Read More
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?
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? Read More
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 Read More
Cu is copper. SO4^2- is the sulfate anion. Together they make copper sulfate, or more correctly, copper(II) sulfate. Read More
The formula of copper sulfate [assuming that you copper (I)] is Cu2SO4, if you mean copper (II) then it would be CuSO4. Read More
Copper sulfate dissolves in water to form a copper sulfate solution. Read More
Yes it is not a pure substance it is a compound of copper and sulfate Read More
Zinc and copper sulfate makes zinc sulfate and copper. This is because zinc is more reactive than copper, it 'displaces' the copper and 'steals' the sulfur oxide. Read More
Copper sulfate is normally found in the form of blue crystals, copper (II) sulfate pentahydrate. When you heat copper sulfate pentahydrate it turns white as the water which is driven off by the heat. The white solid remaining is anhydrous copper sulfate. If you add water to the anhydrous copper sulfate an exothermic reaction occurs, you can feel the test-tube getting hot, as the blue copper sulfate pentahydrate is re-formed. Read More
Copper sulfate turns carbon steel a copper/rust color. Read More
How would you make 100cm3 of 0 01 mol dm3 copper sulfate from a solution of 0 1 mol dm3 copper sulfate?
In order to make 100cm3 of 0.01 mol dm3 copper sulfate from the solution of 0.1 mol dm3 copper sulfate you will have to dilute it. This is 100cm3 to every 0.01 mols of copper sulfate. Read More
The mass of water does not increase when copper sulfate is added to the water, unless the copper sulfate is hydrated. The mass of the mixture of water and copper sulfate, of course, does increase. Read More
Copper sulfate! anhydrous copper sulfate crystals become hydrated and bonded with the water. This is called water of crystallisation. Read More
Assuming both the chalk and copper sulfate are solids, if you add water, the copper sulfate will dissolve and the chalk will not. Read More
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The copper sulfate is the solute and water is the solvent. Read More
The chemical formula for copper(II) sulfate is CuSO4. Read More
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Heat the solution to evaporate the water. Read More
No. Copper sulfate dissolves in water. That is a physical change. Read More
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. Read More
it is a chemical change Sodium carbonate + Copper sulfate react to make Sodium sulfate + Copper carbonate Read More
Iron can be used to get copper from Copper Sulfate because it is more reactive than Copper (higher up in the reactivity series). Read More
The reaction forms aluminum sulfate and frees copper. Read More