Copper sulfate

Product Name:Copper sulfate
CAS RN: 7758-98-7
EINECS NO.: 231-847-6

Copper sulphate
Feedstuff copper sulphate
Plating copper sulphate
Copper sulphate with sand state …
Cupric sulfate monohydrate
Cupric sulfate anhydrous

1.Copper sulfate monohydrate (CuSO4·H2O):

Index name Index Index name Index
Main assay %≥ 98 Pb %≤ 0.0012
Cu %≥ 35 Water insoluble matter %≤ 0.25
As %≤ 0.006 Free acid %≤ 0.15
Properties:light blue powdery crystal
Uses:used as feed additive, etc.
2.Anhydrous Copper sulfate (CuSO4)
Index name Index
Cu %≥ 37.5
Water insoluble matter %≤ 0.35
Free acid (H2SO4)%≤ 0.25
Properties:Molecular weight: 159.68, Anhydrous Copper sulfate is milky white or slight red powder/
Uses:Anhydrous Copper sulfate is the material of other cupric salts. It is mainly used as material of antifouling paint in boat bottom, drier and catalyst.
3.Copper sulfate pentahydrate (CuSO4.5H2O)
Index name Top Grade Agricultural grade Feed grade
Main assay %≥ 98% 96 98
Pb %≤ 200ppm - 0.001
Free acid %≤   0.2 0.1
As %≤   - 0.0004
Water insoluble matter %≤ 0.05 0.2 0.2
Properties:Molecular weight: 249.68, blue transparent crystal.
Uses:Copper sulfate (blue vitriol; bluestone; chalcanthite). It can be used as mordant in the dyeing and printing of cotton and silk, or used in green/blue pigments; moreover, it can be used as insecticide, bactericide of water, antiseptic of wood, or used in tannage, plating of copper, battery, curving and catalyst. In addition, it also can be used in ore dressing, coat paint and other chemical materials.
Packing:plastic bag lined plastic woven bag , Net wet 25kg or 50kg
Health Hazard: It is highly irritating to gastrointestinal tract, and can cause nausea, vomit and stomach burning or even angina abdominis, hematemesis, hemolysis etc. By long-time contact, it can also lead to contact dermatitis.

Skin Contact: Take of clothes, and wash with plenty of flowing water.

Eye Contact: Wash eyes with flowing water or physiological salinephysiological saline; see the doctor.

Inhalation: Evacuated from the site to places with fresh air. If decompensation appears, take oxygen therapy and see the doctor.

Ingestion: Take gastric lavage with 0.1% yellow prussiate of potash or sodium thiosulfate; drink milk or egg white; see the doctor.

Operation: Air-tight environment, and provide sufficient local air discharge. Operators must be strictly trained and obey related operating instruction. Self-inhalation filtertype dust respirators, rubber gloves, protective goggles should be worn. Avoid dust, acids or alkalis. Handle with care; prevent?damage to packing and containers.

Storage: Stored in cool, dry and draughty warehouse; kept away from fire or heat source. Keep containers air-tight. No mixing with acids, alkalis and food chemicals.
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