Re: Chemistry homework help
Copper(II) sulfate will split into CU(2+) and SO4(2-) in water.
As far as the water goes, I believe what they are saying is that for every molecule of Copper(II) sulfate there are 5 of water. However what I don't understand is how they expect you to know how much of the solution there is because molarity is a ratio, and you need a volume I believe. So someone else should shed some light on this. (Sorry, 2 years removed from chem has made me forget a lot)
But water is 55.56 mol/liter if that helps.
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