Copper Sulfate Crystallization

Expand the minds of students by growing copper sulfate crystals for a time-lapse recording that the students will experience right before their eyes with a digital microscope. In this lab, crystallization occurs by heating water and dissolving copper sulfate into a saturated solution. When the temperature of the saturated solution begins to lower, crystals will begin to form.

Related product: T-1050

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