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Posted by Mable on Saturday, May 24, 2008 at 5:53pm.

How many grams of copper is deposited from an aqueous solution of copper sulfate, (CuSO4(aq)), by passing one mole of electrons into a copper plating cell?
A. 254g
B. 127g
D. 42.3g
E. 31.8g

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