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Homw many grams of copper sulfate pentahydrate (CuSo4 5H2O) would you heat to produce 29.8 g of water?

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    29.8 g H2O is 29.5/18 moles

    1/5 of that is 29.5/(5*18). THat is the number of moles of copper sulfate pentahydrate. Convert that to grams.

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