Problem: A given amount of electric charge deposits 2.159 g of silver from an Ag + solution. What mass of copper from a Cu2+ solution will be deposited by the same amount of electric charge?A. 0.635 gB. 1.97 gC. 2.54 gD. 127 g

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A given amount of electric charge deposits 2.159 g of silver from an Ag + solution. What mass of copper from a Cu2+ solution will be deposited by the same amount of electric charge?

A. 0.635 g

B. 1.97 g

C. 2.54 g

D. 127 g

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