identify the solute and solvent for this solution:
copper II Sulphate solution
The solvent is water. See if you can guess what the solute is.
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A 230.0mL sample of a 0.275 M solution is left on a hot plate overnight; the following morning the solution is 1.50M. What volume of solvent has evaporated from the 0.275 M solution? a)42.2 mL b)63.3 mL c)187.8 mL d)230 mL e)272.2 mL
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If im given mass percent and mass solvent how do I find mass solute and mass solution. example: Mass percent = 3.8% and Mass solvent 45.8 g. Find mass solute and mass solution
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determine the number of electrons required to deposit 6.4g of copper from an aqueous solution of copper II sulphate
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An aqueous solution contains 10% glucose by weight. Find the mole-fraction of both solute and solvent.