Copper Sulphate is an inorganic substance that is formed by combining sulfur and copper. It is capable of eradicating fungus, algae, plants, snails, and roots. The creation and stability of skin proteins depend heavily on copper, which also possesses strong biocidal capabilities. It can be present in food, water, and the environment. Copper Sulphate has various applications like serving as a raw material for other copper compounds, a reagent in analytical chemistry, an electrolyte for batteries and electroplating baths, and a bactericide that may be used topically in medicinal settings.