2. A hydrate weighed 8.456 g before heating and after heating the anyhydrouscompound weighed 5.725 g. Calculate the percent water by mass in the hydrateand using the chart in the laboratory procedure identify the hydrate.% waterHydrate3. Using the table on the previous page, calculate the mass loss expected when25.527 g of CaSO4 2H20 are heated.30

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2. A hydrate weighed 8.456 g before heating and after heating the anyhydrous
compound weighed 5.725 g. Calculate the percent water by mass in the hydrate
and using the chart in the laboratory procedure identify the hydrate.
% water
Hydrate
3. Using the table on the previous page, calculate the mass loss expected when
25.527 g of CaSO4 2H20 are heated.
30
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2. A hydrate weighed 8.456 g before heating and after heating the anyhydrous compound weighed 5.725 g. Calculate the percent water by mass in the hydrate and using the chart in the laboratory procedure identify the hydrate. % water Hydrate 3. Using the table on the previous page, calculate the mass loss expected when 25.527 g of CaSO4 2H20 are heated. 30

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5.725 -67.7% 8.456 Percentagelossof water=

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