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Posted by Connie on Saturday, October 1, 2011 at 7:58pm.

the molar mass of CopperII Nitrate
CU(NO3)2 is _________grams

Ok so I
1. Cu= 63.55
2. N=14.01
3. 0= 6 X 16.00=96

I get 96.+14.01+63.55? =173.56
Answer is 188 grams? What did I do wrong?
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