Electrolysis of Copper (2) Sulphate !!!!

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hi can ne1 plz plz plz help me i need to do a pice of coursework on the electrolysis of copper (2) sulphate and i dont no what to write 4 the method ! Also what does the (2) mean and does it make a difference to anything ? I would be grateful for ne help !
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(Original post by pink_fairy)
hi can ne1 plz plz plz help me i need to do a pice of coursework on the electrolysis of copper (2) sulphate and i dont no what to write 4 the method ! Also what does the (2) mean and does it make a difference to anything ? I would be grateful for ne help !
thanx
sorry mate, i can't help you there. chemistry ain't my specialty.
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I believe the "2" is related to the oxidation state of the copper... Unfortunately I didn't find AS chem easy and then hated A2 so decided to stick to AS!

It's related to the other atoms which the Copper is bound to, you'll need to look at the oxidation states of these atoms as well but someone smarter than me who remembers chemistry can help you there. Try the 'Academic' forums!

Edit: ARGH, Resurrected thread for a joke! And I fell for it! :mad:
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Google results - http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&i...82%29+sulphate

Also check out

http://chem.lapeer.org/chem1docs/CuSO4Elect.html

Hope it helps
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first off it's SULFATE not SULPHATE
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lol i do chemistry and ive done that cwork and id cant rememba, how bad sorry im no help but yeh 2 is the oxidation state :P xx
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Sulfate= American version
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Why are you fools replying to this thread, it's over a year old.
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(Original post by MC Hawking IV)
Why are you fools replying to this thread, it's over a year old.
LOL!!! So it is!! It was you who replied!
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yes and it's used as sulfate by many chemists
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yes and it's used as sulfate by many chemists
Only because of international standardisation. British had it right the first time, proper !
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yes and it's used as sulfate by many chemists
Okay then. Pronounce aluminium their way over here and you will look a right twit!
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Sulfate= American version
Bloody Americans...
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And it's sulphate (II) not sulphate (2).
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Hey when posting this did you not think it would be better suited to a chemistry based forum??

And what the hell is sulfate? Is it a compound of sulfur? Sulfur mined by fotographers and filosofers?
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