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The most common source of copper (\rm Cu) is the mineral chalcopyrite (\rm CuFeS_2). How many kilograms of chalcopyrite must be mined to obtain 210.g of pure \rm Cu?

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    210 g x [(molar mass CuFeS2)/atomic mass] Cu and convert to kg.

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