the white and anhydrous salt that become green upon addition to water is ---
Asked by Sandeephundal574 | 16th May, 2019, 09:56: PM
The white and anhydrous salt that becomes green upon addition to water is FeSO4.
Ferrous sulphate on heating loses water content and become white and on the addition of water, these white crystals become light green in colour.
Answered by Ramandeep | 17th May, 2019, 11:04: AM
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