# Chemistry

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An unknown hydrate of copper (II) oxalate is to be identified in the lab. The following data was collected by a student:

Mass of crucible 23.776 g
Mass of crucible + hydrate 24.889 g
Mass of crucible + anhydrate 24.530 g

Thank you

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