Generally speaking, there will be some water crystals […]
Generally speaking, there will be some water crystals in the copper acetate produced by copper acetate manufacturers, but in some special cases we still need anhydrous copper acetate, then how do we distinguish whether the copper acetate is in There is water, the copper acetate manufacturer will introduce to you.
It is impossible to tell whether copper acetate contains water only by physical observation. It is generally simple to use the weighing method. Because the weight of water and the weight of copper acetate are different, the saturated aqueous solution of copper acetate can be directly weighed. The same weight proves that it is anhydrous copper acetate.
Copper acetate manufacturers can also heat a small amount of copper acetate in a test tube. If water droplets appear on the test tube wall, it proves that the copper acetate contains water crystals, and no water droplets appear, it proves that it is anhydrous copper acetate.