Physical properties of Copper Sulphate
- Copper sulphate has molar masses of 159.609 grammes per mole for the anhydrous form and 249.685 grammes per mole for the pentahydrate form.
- The pentahydrate of CuSO4 is vivid blue in colour, in contrast to the anhydrous form's powdery, grey-white look.
- Anhydrous CuSO4 has an orthorhombic crystal structure whereas CuSO4.5H2O crystals have triclinic structures.
- The anhydrous and pentahydrate forms have densities of 3.6 grammes per cubic centimetre and 2.286 g.cm-3
- Both hydrated and anhydrous copper sulphates have a tendency to break down when heated, hence they lack precise boiling points.
Hence, the amount of Cu deposited will be 6.35 gm.
A Solution of Concentration Cuso4 is Electrolysed for 965 Sec With a Current of 20a and 50% Efficiency. The Amount of Cu Deposited at Cathode Will Be
A solution of concentration CuSO4 is electrolysed for 965 sec with a current of 20A and 50% efficiency. The amount of Cu deposited at cathode will be 6.35 gm.
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