Sunday, December 9, 2012

Copper (II) sulfate

Copper (II) sulfate or cupric sulfate (CuSO4·5H2O) in polarized light. In form of the pentahydrate it has a blue color. Blue and brown shades dominate under the microscope depending on the thickness of the crystals.
Copper (II) sulfate (Magnification 80 x)

Copper (II) sulfate (Magnification 80 x)


  1. Fantastic cool abstracts, Christian! I have to take a closer look into your blog, later this evening:)


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