Problem: If one mole of Na3PO4•3H2O is heated extensively, how many moles of water would be released?

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We’re being asked to calculate for the moles of water in 1 mole Na3PO4•3H2O.


Given:                        1 mole Na3PO• 3H2


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If one mole of Na3PO4•3H2O is heated extensively, how many moles of water would be released?

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