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cu·pric sul·fate

(kū'prik sŭl'fāt),
A blue salt highly poisonous to algae, it is a prompt and active emetic, and is used as an irritant, astringent, and fungicide.

copper sulfate

CuSO4·5H2O; deep-blue shiny crystals or granular powder. It was used in the past as an astringent and algicide.
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Copper Sulphate and Zinc Sulphate - A Topical Remedy for Management of Sole Ulcers in Dairy cattle.
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Shade of color was changed in some specimens mordanted with mango bark, aloe vera, and copper sulphate mordants as shown in Figure 4.
Another way of reducing the absorption of copper sulphate is early administration of egg white.
Previously, in Pakistan different reports are available about the arsenic and copper sulphate toxicity in poultry; however, in published literature no report is available regarding the clinico-hematological and mutagenic effects in concurrently arsenic and copper sulphate intoxicated birds.
In this research, the preparation of copper (II) chloride from copper sulphate and application of the copper (II) chloride for underglaze decoration is studied.
The quicklime mixture is then added to copper sulphate solution and stirred, and the mixture used immediately.
She told me she had touched the copper sulphate and then rubbed her eye.
Chemical in drink: Two pupils were being treated in hospital last night after drinking a substance believed to be copper sulphate. The students were taken ill after being handed the mixture in a soft drink bottle at school in Telford, Shropshire, and told it was safe to drink .
Copper sulphate is used in electroplating and as a fungicide.
You can imagine that an album entitled 'Copper Sulphate Crystals,' recorded by Man in Formaldehyde would capture my attention.
The grant will be used for synthesizing and testing new mineral collectors that will not require the use of copper sulphate, the most expensive chemical in the flotation process for zinc.