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Chemistry, 12.11.2019 10:31, mpete1234567890

How many grams of cu(oh)2 will precipitate when excess naoh solution is added to 46.0 ml of 0.584 m cuso4
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cuso4(aq) + 2naoh(aq) —> cu(oh)2(s) + na2so4(aq)

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