Zinc Sulfate

Formula: Zn2SO4
Molecular Weight: 161.4716 amu
Melting Point: 1000C (loses water at 2800C)
Boiling Point: > 5000C (Decomposes)
> 9520F
State at room Temperature: Solid
Molecular or Ionic compound: Ionic
Molecular Geometry: Crystal
Description/ Characteristics: Crystalline salt, Colorless, and very water soluable
Uses of this Compound: -It is used as heptahydrate, ZnSO4-7H2O
-Used in medicine as an astringent, emetic, & weak antiseptic
-Can be used as a supplement.
-Used in making many other things as well
Extra Information: Zinc Sulfate is sometimes called white vitriol

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