What is Cuso4?

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CuSO4 is the formula for the chemical compound copper sulphate. The most common form of this compound is the pentahydrate, which is bright blue in color, and because of this hue, it is known as blue vitriol and bluestone.

Copper sulphate is used widely in industry as well as in agriculture. It is used in the manufacturing of hair dyes, for coloring glass, textile manufacturing and the processing of leather products. Copper sulphate can be mixed with lime for use as a fungicide. This mixture is known as the "Bordeaux mixture," as it is widely used to manage fungus on grapes. It is used to correct copper deficiency in animals as well as the soil and is a growth stimulant for pigs and broiler chickens.

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CuSO4 is copper sulfate. Copper sulfate is most often used as a fungicide, and herbicide and a pesticide. It is also used in analytical reagent for reducing sugars.
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A molecule of CuSO4 (Copper Sulphate) contains 1 atom of Copper, 1 atom of Sulphur and 4 atoms of Oxygen. The Sulphur and the Oxygens are bound together as a Sulphate Ion.
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The percent composition is of a component in a compound; thus, please give
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CuSO4 is polyatomic because it has more than one atom, hence the "poly" Momotomic couldn't be a compound because "mono" means one and so it would only be one atom
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