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  1. Copper sulfate is highly soluble in water, with solubility values of 1.055 molal and 1.502 molal ate 10 o C and 30 o C respectively. A typical example of a single displacement reaction where one metal displaces another is the reaction between iron and copper sulfate, given by the reaction Fe + CuSO 4 → FeSO 4 + Cu. Uses of Copper Sulfate

  2. Generally, elemental sodium is more reactive than lithium, and it reacts with water to form a strong base, sodium hydroxide (NaOH). Its chemistry is well explored. Sodium is ordinarily quite reactive with air, and the reactivity is a function of the relative humidity, or water-vapour content of the air. The corrosion of solid sodium by oxygen also is accelerated by the presence of small ...

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