Bharatam, D. Khan, M. Anhydrous and Monohydrated Copper Sulphate Obtained by heating copper sulphate pentahydrate when four molecules water of crystallization are removed the product becomes copper sulphate monohydrate which is green in colour.
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It is mainly used for copper electroplating. This method provides rapid access to phthalimides starting from readily available materials with high atom- and step-economy in a one-pot manner.
Ray, Chem. Other uses include the colouring of porcelain and glass.