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The word of an expert on copper sulphate


, : The word of an expert on copper sulphate. Rivista Agricola. 25: 569, 391-393

After a brief historical account of the discovery and early use of copper sulfate, the author states that in 1894 England exported 36, 000 tonnes of the metal while the Italian production amounted to only 3, 000 tonnes, this, however, being Drought up to 8, 000 tonnes five years later.

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