Chemistry/Observing Chemical Changes Prep

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Special Note: How to Make Copper(II) Chloride Substitute

Copper(II) chloride is quite expensive and a cheap substitute that works equally well is made as follows.

Thoroughly mix equal volumes of finely powdered (or finely crystalline) copper(II) sulphate and sodium chloride .

All reactions and observations will be identical to those made with copper(II) chloride, at one quarter the cost.