(c) When hydrated copper(ll) sulfate crystals are heated, anhydrous copper(II) sulfate forms. A mass of 25.0 g of hydrated copper(II) sulfate


(c) When hydrated copper(ll) sulfate crystals are heated, anhydrous copper(II) sulfate forms.
A mass of 25.0 g of hydrated copper(II) sulfate crystals is heated in a crucible until all the water of
crystallisation is removed.
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A mass of 16.0 g of anhydrous copper(ll) sulfate forms.
Show by calculation that the formula of hydrated copper(ll) sulfate is CuSO4.5H2O
[M, of CuSO4 = 159.5 Mr of H20 = 18]


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