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Homework Help: Chemistry - Solution Stoichiometry

Posted by Michelle on Wednesday, April 2, 2008 at 10:02pm.

A piece of nickel is placed in a beaker with 350 mL of copper (II) sulfate. Calculate the concentration of the copper (II) sulfate solution.

Initial mass of nickel - 15.5 g
Final mass of nickel - 11.4 g


What do i do with the final and initial masses of nickel?

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