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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
copper(2+) +     
metal sulfate +     
sensitiser +   
(E)-cinnamaldehyde +   
2-bromo-2-(bromomethyl)pentanedinitrile +   
4-nitrobenzyl bromide  
ammonium nickel sulfate +  
ammonium nickel sulfate hexahydrate 
barium sulfate  
beryllium sulfate +   
chromium(3+) trichloride +   
chromium(III) sulfate 
cobalt dichloride +   
cobalt(2+) sulfate +   
copper(II) chloride +   
copper(II) nitrate  
copper(II) oxide +  
copper(II) sulfate +   
A metal sulfate compound having copper(2+) as the metal ion.
copper(II) sulfate hexahydrate 
copper(II) sulfate pentahydrate 
eugenol +   
ferrous ammonium sulfate (anhydrous) +  
gold monochloride 
iron(2+) sulfate (anhydrous) +   
iron(3+) sulfate +   
isoeugenol +   
lithium sulfate  
magnesium sulfate +   
manganese(II) sulfate +   
manganese(II) sulfate dihydrate 
manganese(II) sulfate hexahydrate 
manganese(II) sulfate monohydrate 
manganese(II) sulfate pentahydrate 
manganese(II) sulfate tetrahydrate 
mercury dichloride  
nickel chloride hexahydrate 
nickel sulfate +   
nickel sulfate hexahydrate 
potassium aluminium sulfate +  
potassium aluminium sulfate dodecahydrate 
potassium dichromate  
resorcinol +   
vanadyl sulfate +   
vanadyl sulfate hydrate +  
zinc sulfate +   
zinc sulfate heptahydrate 
zinc sulfate hexahydrate 

Exact Synonyms: copper(2+) sulfate
Related Synonyms: CuSO4 ;   Cupric sulfate ;   Formula=CuO4S ;   InChI=1S/Cu.H2O4S/c;1-5(2,3)4/h;(H2,1,2,3,4)/q+2;/p-2 ;   InChIKey=ARUVKPQLZAKDPS-UHFFFAOYSA-L ;   SMILES=[Cu++].[O-]S([O-])(=O)=O ;   copper sulfate ;   cupric sulfate anhydrous
Xrefs: CAS:7758-98-7 "ChemIDplus" ;   CAS:7758-98-7 "KEGG COMPOUND" ;   Gmelin:8294 "Gmelin" ;   KEGG:C18713
Xref Mesh: MESH:D019327
Xrefs: PMID:10469300 "Europe PMC" ;   PMID:29079364 "Europe PMC" ;   PMID:8566016 "Europe PMC" ;   PPDB:178 ;   Wikipedia:Copper(II)_sulfate

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