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A protein found in some types of wood-rotting fungi is 0.40% copper by mass. Each protein molecule is known to contain 4 copper atoms. What is the approximate molecular weight of this compound?

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    [4*Cu/(mass sample)]*100 = 0.4
    Solve for mass sample=molar mass.

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