# How many grams of copper will be plated out by a current of 2.3A applied for 25 minutes to a...

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How many grams of copper will be plated out by a current of 2.3A applied for 25 minutes to a 0.50-M solution of copper (II) sulfate?

## Molarity:

Molarity is a unit of chemistry that is basically used for measuring the concentration of a solution. It actually tells us that how many moles of solute is dissolved in 1 litre of solution.

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Current {eq}\rm (I) = 2.3\; A {/eq}

Time {eq}\rm (T) = 25\; minutes {/eq}

Molarity of Cooper sulfate {eq}\rm = 0.50\; M {/eq}

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