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Posted by Morgan on Monday, February 25, 2013 at 5:18pm.

You have .5g of copper. If the nitric acid is 16 M HNO3, how many milliliters of nitric acid will react exactly with that amount of copper. I know that when I get that volume I will triple it so that there will be excess acid and the copper will be the limiting reactant.

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