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It is not understood by what you mean by ' reverse' .

CuSO4 (Copper sulphate) is an entirely different chemical to salicylic acid.

CuSO4 is a blue soluble inorganic solid salt.

Salicylic Acid ( 2-hydroxybenzoic acid) is a white crystalline mildly soluble and mildly acidic organic acid .

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