Chemistry Question

Anonymous
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I need to convert beer's Law concentration of copper in a complex (which I believe is the amount of mols/total mols) into percent weight of the complex. I know the complex samples' weights(2 trials, 75mg and 50mg, and both of their respective total concentrations from spectrometer absorbance) and also the volume of the solution that it was dissolved in, but I don't know what to do with them in order to get %wt. I have a bad headache so thinking is not so smooth lol but basically, I want to know how to obtain %weight from % mols concentration obtained from a Beer's Law concentration value.

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