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cobalt chloride forms pink crystals. when they are heated water is evolved an they turn blue. can you please explain how you could ue cobalt chloride as a test of water.

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    I would put the crystals in a porous vessel, with a see through window. Blue means wet.

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    Doesn't blue mean dry; pink means wet?

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