# Problem: A current of 5.00 A is passed through an aqueous solution of chromium (III) nitrate for 30.0 min. How many grams of chromium metal will be deposited at the cathode? a) 0.027 g b) 1.62 g c) 4.85 g d) 6.33 g

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A current of 5.00 A is passed through an aqueous solution of chromium (III) nitrate for 30.0 min. How many grams of chromium metal will be deposited at the cathode?

a) 0.027 g

b) 1.62 g

c) 4.85 g

d) 6.33 g

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