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If 25 grams of CoCl2•H2O,2 being the subscript of cl and the h, was heated to constant weight. What mass of anhydrous salt would remain?

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    The easy way of doing this is
    25.0g CoCl2.6H2O x (molar mass CoCl2/molar mass CoCl2.6H2O) = ?

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