how to find the mass of copper in CuSO4*5H2O
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When we take a molecule we usually use the mass of the atom hence for CUSO4*5 H2O we will have
1 Cu = 63.55 g/mol ....................ans1 S = 32.04 g/mol 9 O = 9(16.00) = 144 g/mol 10 H = 10(1.008) = 10.08 g/mol
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