I would like to know how to deduce the identity of two blue solids by making them undergo chemical reactions. Copper (II) Sulfate and Copper (II) Nitrate. I already know of their reactions with Barium Nitrate where Copper (II) Sulfate will produce a precipitate while Copper (II) Nitrate will have no visible reaction but I was wondering if there are any more.

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