Answer to Question #54887 in Inorganic Chemistry for Patience
What is the mass percent of water in a hydrate of copper(II) sulfate that has (1.00x10^0) waters of hydration?
W(H2O) = M(H2O)*100% / M(CuSO4*H2O) = 18*100%/178 = 10.11%
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