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    Question: a marble chip of mass of 5g required 40cm^3 of 1.5 mol dm^-3 hydrochloride acid to react with all the calcium carbonate it contained. What is the percentage of calcium carbonate in the marble chip?
    I worked out that the ratio or HCl:CaCO3 is 2:1
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    Question: a marble chip of mass of 5g required 40cm^3 of 1.5 mol dm^-3 hydrochloride acid to react with all the calcium carbonate it contained. What is the percentage of calcium carbonate in the marble chip?
    I worked out that the ratio or HCl:CaCO3 is 2:1
    Ah nevermind, I worked it out myself
 
 
 
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