1) why do copper 2 sulfate chrystals not conduct electricty? In the solid state, the ionic crystals can't move because they are aligned in a crystal lattice.
2)why is copper 2 sulfate solution a good conductor of electricity? In the aqueous state, the crystal lattice is broken down and the copper ions and sulfate ions are free to move in the solution. Therefore, these ions can conduct an electrical current from one electrode to the other.
3)why is water a poor conductor of electricity , There are few ions present in pure water.
You have been asked to do a dilution of a copper sulfate solution. The solution to be diluted is 2.88 M copper sulfate. What volume of the 2.88 M copper sulfate is required to make 250 mL of 1.03 M copper sulfate solution?
pure zinc metal into a solution of copper(II) sulfate, the zinc will slowly dissolve to produce zinc sulfate solution, and the copper(II) ion of the copper(II) sulfate will be converted to metallic copper. Write the unbalanced
Back again with another problem :) How do you calculate the enthalpy change, in kJ/mol for the reaction of copper(II) sulfate? 0.0210 mol of copper sulfate was added to 25 cm3 of water. The temperature increased by 14°C. The
The questions asks to write a word equation and a balanced chemical equation for a reaction between aqueous copper (ii) sulfate and solid iron. Assume that iron forms the Fe2+ ion.) Include proper states of matter after each
copper compounds such as copper (II) sulfate are toxic. before disposal, these compounds must be treated to reduce their toxicity. describe how to use steel wool to remove the Cu 2+ ions from an aqueous solution of copper (II)
So I have a lab exam tomorrow and our instructor said that one of the questions would be as follows: Prepare 100mL of 0.03 M Copper Sulfate, beginning from copper sulfate pentahydrate. Calculate the exact molarity to 3 sig figs.
Copper sulfate is a blue solid that is used as an algicide. Solutions of copper sulfate that come in contact with zinc metal such as the surface of galvanized (zinc-plated) steel- undergo the following reaction that forms copper