Other marketable by-products include copper concentrate, copper sulfate
pentahydrate and magnesium sulfate used primarily in the agricultural industry, and gold.
Cultures amended with different copper sulfate
were harvested after 2 days.
A Copper sulfate
is the most common ingredient in a number of root killers, but it can corrode metal pipes over time.
at soil levels of up to 250 ppm had no effect on alfalfa growth, but alfalfa growth stopped when soil copper sulfate
levels exceeded 500 ppm.
polymorpha, increased production of black pigment when grown in the presence of sublethal copper sulfate
concentrations (Robinson et al.
5 w/v% of Copper sulfate
(Himedia RM677, Batch No: 3-0714).
In the experiment, he mixed a solution of aqueous ammonia (colorless) with copper sulfate
(blue) in water, causing a reaction which would eventually produce "beautiful, well-formed crystals.
The mixture is comprised of approximately 10-50% by weight based on the mixture of a redispersible, latex polymer; from approximately 50-90% by weight based on the mixture of a surface enhancing agent, the surface enhancing agent selected to function as both a set accelerator for calcined gypsum and also as a cross-linking agent for the adhesive and selected from the group consisting of potassium sulfate, zinc sulfate, sodium sulfate, magnesium sulfate, copper sulfate
, ferrous sulfate, ferric sulfate and aluminum sulfate; and from approximately 0.
By early afternoon, eight tons of copper sulfate
had been spread on the upper lake, a reservoir serving not only the nearby Santa Clarita Valley, but water districts from Ventura County to Orange County.
Lower into a bath of copper sulfate
solution and steep for three consecutive nights, turning occasionally.
The pond is periodically treated for algae by the city of Charleston using green dye and copper sulfate
7 mg/I copper sulfate
grew more robustly than controls (0.