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Posted by Cheallaigh on Monday, April 23, 2012 at 9:03am.

Calculate the number of moles of Co^+2 are there in the equation Co(H2O)6^+2 +4Cl <--> CoCl4^-2 +6H2O?
I had found in the previous question the number of moles of CoCl2*6H2O and I'm not sure but I believe the moles of CoCl2*6H2O are the same as CO^+2.

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