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Homework Help: Chemistry 12

Posted by Janice on Thursday, April 4, 2013 at 10:33pm.

When 1.00 g. of MgCO3 is added to 2.0 L of water, some, but not all, will dissolve to form a saturated solution. Calculate the mass of solid that remains undissolved.

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