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What ions are present in aqueous copper sulphate solution?

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Aqueous copper sulphate solution is made when solid copper sulphate crystals are dissolved in water. The ions present are in fact copper ions, sulphate ions but also hydrogen and hydroxyl ions from the water molecules.

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