- Cupric sulfate (copper sulfate) in the form of blue, medium sized crystals.
- When burned, cupric sulfate produces a green flame color.
- Soluble in water and methanol; slightly soluble in ethyl alcohol and glycerin.
Used in the following patina formulas:
Cupric sulfate readily forms blue, triclinic crystals. Read our article, "Growing Large Crystals with Seed Crystals" for more information.
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