Cupric Sulfate Pentahydrate Crystal ACS Grade *


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Cupric Sulfate Pentahydrate, also known as Copper(II) Sulfate Pentahydrate, Sulfate Salt Of Copper, Roman Vitriol, and Blue Vitriol, is the pentahydrate of Copper(2+) Sulfate having the chemical formula CuSO4-5H2Oor CuH10O9S. It appears as blue odorless crystals, lumps or powder and is moderately water and acid soluble at ambient conditions. It can be prepared by dissolution of oxides, carbonates, or hydroxides in Sulfuric Acid solutions. It is also formed as a byproduct of copper electrolysis and etching process. ACS Grade reagent is a chemical that meets the purity requirements of the American Chemical Society. For dependable, consistent, and repeatable findings, ACS Grade reagents can be utilized in high-quality research labs. Moreover, such chemicals can be safely used in food applications, drugs, and medicines. In the United States of America (USA), Lab Alley is selling its high-quality Cupric Sulfate Pentahydrate, ACS Grade online at Lab Alley’s Sodium Cobaltinitrite, ACS Grade is highly recommended for research labs and chemical research.


Cupric Sulfate Pentahydrate Crystal, ACS Grade Features:

Assay Min 99.5%
Insoluble Matter 0.005%
Chloride (Cl) 0.001%
Nitrogen Compounds (as N) 0.002%
Iron (Fe) 0.003%
Sodium (Na) 0.02%
Potassium (K) 0.01%
Calcium (Ca) 0.005%
Nickel (In) 0.005%
Common Uses
  • Fungicide
  • Prevention of algae growth
Commercial/Industrial Application
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Agricultural fungicide, algicide, bactericide, herbicide
  • Food and fertilizer additive
Safety and Handling

Cupric Sulfate Pentahydrate Crystal Shipping Information:
DOT: Environmentally hazardous substance, solid, n.o.s. (cupric sulfate), 9, UN3077, PG III, marine pollutant

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