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interpret the following balanced equation into Particles, Moles, Mass:
2Al+3CuSO4== AL2(SO4)3+ 3Cu

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    mols:
    2 mol Al + 3 mols CuSO4 --> etc.
    mass:
    2*atomic mass Al + 3*molar mass CuSO4 ==> etc.

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