These moulds are hung in a bath of copper sulphate, where there are also large plates of copper.
What can you say of the use of copper sulphate in the preparation of canned peas?
A copper plate is placed at the bottom of the glass jar, and upon this rests a solution of copper sulphate (bluestone).
Jensen again could obtain no stimulation with copper sulphate.
The several organic constituents serve as fuel and the copper sulphate possibly acts as a regulator of the combustion.
The two are in a solution of copper sulphate, and, as explained in 79, the solution will be decomposed.
It was nothing else than copper sulphate which had been allowed to deliquesce to a white powder.
“Brunswick green,” a light green pigment, is obtained from copper sulphate and bleaching powder.
If the copper sulphate becomes exhausted, it should be replenished by dropping in more crystals.
This, however, was not held to apply to such corrosive substances as copper sulphate.