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Posted by xavier on Wednesday, July 17, 2013 at 10:56am.

What mass of KIO3 is needed to convert the copper in 0.200g of CuSO4.H2O to Cu(IO3)2?

my answer is:

0.828g Cu(IO3)2 x (2*214.003 MolarM KIO3/ 413.36 MolarM Cu(IO3) = 0.857g KIO3

could you please check if i got it right

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