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Cupric Sulfate

Cupric Sulfate

Cupric sulfate is the best known, and most widely used of the copper salts. Blue vitriol, and blue stone are among the names by which this substance is known. As a commonly used copper salt, cupric sulfate has many commercial uses in industry, agriculture, and veterinary medicine.


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