What is the molar mass of copper (ll) sulfate?

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Answer:

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Explanation:

#CuSO_4# is composed of #Cu#, #63.55*g*mol^-1#, #S#, #32.06*g*mol^-1#, and oxygen #4xx15.999*g*mol^-1#. So what is its molar mass?

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