how many moles of Copper are in 4.9g of Hydrated Copper(II) Sulfate?

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Oct 28th, 2015

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Here  since  the   mole  ratio   between the  copper and sulphate  are  1  is  to  one  thus  the  number  of  moles is  equal

#of moles = mass in grams /RMM

Thus 4.9/29+16+32

4.9/77=0.063636 moles which  is  the number  of moles of  copper  

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Oct 28th, 2015

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