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A student takes 26.0 grams of Nickel II chloride and mixes it with 10.0 grams of sodium hydroxide. How much nickel II hydroxide will be produced given the student has a 4.80% error?

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    4.80% error in what?
    Technically, no niclel(II) hydroxide will be formed by mixing two solids.

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