Copper Sulphate also known as cupric sulphate is an inorganic compound that combines sulphur with copper. It is the best known and the most widely used of the copper salts and world’s consumption is around 275000 tonnes per annum, mainly used in agriculture, principally as a fungicide. The pentahydrate is the most common form
Copper Sulphate pentahydrate, cupric sulphate, Blue copper, Blue vitriol, Blue stone, Roman vitriol, Triangle.
Copper sulphate is a blue solid when hydrated. It is whitish when anhydrous. When hydrated, it normally has five water molecules attached to it. It can be dehydrated by heating it.