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9.60 g of hydrated nickel (II) sulfate is heated to produce 5.26 g of anhydrous compound NiSO4.

Calculate the number of moles of anhydrous nickel (II) sulfate.

Calculate the number of moles of water lost.

What is the empirical formula of the hydrate?

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    Review the first problem. This one is almost the same.

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    Thanks a lot :)

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