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Posted by Doris on Monday, October 11, 2010 at 12:00am.

Washing soda is a hydrate of sodium carbonate. Its formula is Na2CO3 X xH20. A 2.714 g sample of washing soda is heated until a constant mass of 1.006 of Na2CO3 is reached. What is x? What is the experimental mass percent of water in the hydrate?

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