• rachie19
Calculate the loss of mass upon heating to an anhydrous compound. CuSO4.5H2O
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  • sweetburger
i mean is this a real world scenario or just like the theoretical max amount of mass loss if all of the H2O was removed?
  • anonymous
There's not really enough information here to get the result for an experiment but you can still calculate the molar mass loss which will just be the molar mass of 5 water molecules.
  • sweetburger
yea was wondering if there was more information left out as this is a common lab done in some high schools

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