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Calculate the mass of Crystals that will form in 400g of water if the solution is cooled from 55 degree cellcious to 15 degree cellcious?

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  1. Depends on the chemical. You need a solubility chart, such as this. http://www.sciencegeek.net/Chemistry/taters/graphics/solubility.gif

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