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Caption: Hydrating anhydrous copper (II) sulphate (white) by dripping water. The blue colour of copper (II) sulphate is due to the presence of so-called water of crystallisation in the crystal structure. Dripping water onto the anhydrous form rehydrates the compound, giving the blue colour.

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Hydrating anhydrous copper sulphate

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