When copper sulphate is dissolved in water the solution would be which colour?

Asked by Ethan Kelley

Copper sulphate is blue in colour. When water is then added to the anhydrous compound, it turns back into the pentahydrate form, regaining its blue color, and is known as blue vitriol.

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