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Posted by Trista Nigh on Sunday, April 24, 2011 at 9:12pm.

One of the main components of hard water is CaCO3. When hard water evaporates, some of the CaCO3 is left behind as a white mineral deposit. If hard water solution is saturated with calcium carbonate, what volume of the solution has to evaporate to deposite 1.00x10^2 mg of CaCO3

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