anonymous
  • anonymous
how many moles are present in 34 g of cu(oh)2??? I know it's 0.35 BUT HOW did they get that??? Please help me fast
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anonymous
  • anonymous
HELLO?????? I need HLEP
Cuanchi
  • Cuanchi
You need to know the molecular mass of the Cu(OH)2. Look in the periodic table the atomic mass for each of the elements in the formula and add them. 1Cu + 2xO + 2 x H = 63.54 + 2 x 16 + 2 x 1 = 97.56 Or you can google "Cu(OH)2" an in Wikipedia you will find the molar mass Now you know that one mole of Cu(OH)2 = 97.56 g 34 g of Cu(OH)2 x 1 mole Cu(OH)2 / 97.56 g Cu(OH)2 = ????? mole of Cu(OH)2

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