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# 4 G Of Copper Was Dissolved In Concentrated Nitric Acid. The Copper Nitrate On Strong Heating Gave 5 G Of Its Oxide. The Equivalent Weight Of Copper Is

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oxygen combines with Cu = 4 g.

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