Copper II Sulfate (a.k.a. Cupric Sulfate) can be found in many forms and the pentahydrate is the most common of them. The pentahydrate is a blue crystalline solid that can be converted to the monohydrate by heating at temperatures above 110°C and to the anhydrous salt above 250°C. Copper (II) sulfate is found commercially as pentahydrate, monohydrate or as 13% aqueous solution. It is mostly used as fungicide and herbicide and it is an important agent in many organic syntheses.
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