# How many grams of #CuSO_4# are present in 652 mL of .250 M #CuSO_4# solution?

Approx.

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To calculate the number of grams of CuSO4 present in the solution, we first need to find the number of moles of CuSO4 using the formula:

[ \text{moles} = \text{Molarity} \times \text{Volume (in liters)} ]

Given: Molarity ((M)) = 0.250 M Volume = 652 mL = 0.652 L

Then, we can calculate the number of moles of CuSO4:

[ \text{moles} = 0.250 , \text{M} \times 0.652 , \text{L} ] [ \text{moles} = 0.250 \times 0.652 ] [ \text{moles} = 0.163 ]

Now, we can use the molar mass of CuSO4 to find the number of grams:

Molar mass of CuSO4: Cu: 63.55 g/mol S: 32.07 g/mol O: 4 * 16.00 g/mol = 64.00 g/mol

Total molar mass = 63.55 + 32.07 + 64.00 = 159.62 g/mol

Now, we can calculate the number of grams of CuSO4:

[ \text{grams} = \text{moles} \times \text{molar mass} ] [ \text{grams} = 0.163 \times 159.62 ] [ \text{grams} = 26.03 , \text{grams} ]

Therefore, there are approximately 26.03 grams of CuSO4 present in 652 mL of 0.250 M CuSO4 solution.

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