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How would you prepare a supersaturated solution of CuSo4 in 100ml of water

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    I know this isn't the answer you want but the best answer I have is to add more CuSO4 to the solution that the solvent will dissolve. If you want numbers you must provide the solubility of CuSO4. I don't know of anyone that has all of the solubilities of various salts memorized; certainly I don't.

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