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Posted by dr bob's number one fan on Thursday, November 15, 2012 at 12:37am.

How to find moles given oxidation numbers and chemical formula?
Trying to do my chemistry lab but i'm super duper stuck. please help me i'm gonna die. this is the part i'm stuck on:

The overall charge on the complex, [Ni(en)(H2O)]^2+ * SO4^2- * H2O is zero; the charge on sulfate ion is 2-;en and water ligands both have a charge of zero; and nickel has a charge of 2+. Using this information and your previous experimental results, calculate the number of moles of SO4^2- in 100 grams of your complex and the mass percent of SO4^2- in your complex.


previous experimental results:
Molarity of Ni^2+ in unknown sample: 0.0647M
Moles of Ni^2+ in 100 g of complex: 0.475 moles
Mass % of Ni^2+ in complex: 27.86%

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