What is vitriol?
Sulphate is the sulfate salt of divalent metals (sulfate crystalline hydrate). It is widely used in medicine, industry and agriculture. For example, copper, iron, nickel, zinc, manganese, cobalt and other types of vitriol.
Further we will talk in more detail.
Kuporos - what is it?
In the 19th century in Russia, vitriol was called only sulfuric acid, and oleum was called vitriol oil.
Many with copper sulphate first meet in the lessons of physics or chemistry. The solution has a rich blue color. From it you can create beautiful diamond-shaped crystals or various compositions of a different form with the help of a wire. You can learn more about this in our article How to grow a crystal from vitriol. But the resulting beauty will not last long, the crystals are quickly destroyed. If you cover them with clear varnish, you can extend the life of a few weeks.
Gardeners are well acquainted with bluestone. It is used to disinfect and control pests and insects. How to make a solution will tell our article How to breed vitriol.You can buy copper sulphate in any store for gardeners.
What is vitriol colloquially?
This word can be used in oral speech in an allegorical sense. For example, vitriol is called an evil, caustic, or very stubborn person who does not make concessions. From here it is stucco - to be stubborn, angry, sarcastic.
Very rarely the word "vitriol" occurs, meaning evil, sharp words.
During the fast, the peasants ate the vitriol cabbage soup, which meant lean, thin cabbage soup.