How many moles of precipitate were recovered from BaCro4?

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  1. What reaction or experiment was performed?

    I have no idea.

    Is this a question about a lab experiment you were supposed to do?

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  2. Probably it is an experiment. moles ppt = grams ppt/molar mass ppt.

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