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MSE 4560 Homework # 1  Show All Equations &      All Work Use one side of the paper only, Write Neatly Do your own work Use the Density of pure water @ 25  ° C = 1.00 g/mL or 8.32 Lbs/gal Review materials presented in Chapters 1-2 of the Textbook  & in the Bleachers Handbook I. The following quantities of salts were found to be present in a 400 mL sample of process  water: 13 mg of aluminum sulfate, 14 mg of magnesium bicarbonate, 16 mg of calcium nitrate,  7 mg ferric carbonate, 30 mg of potassium chloride, and 12 mg of chromic acetate. a. Write out the Molecular Formula for each salt b. List (or calculate) the Molecular Weight for each salt (to one decimal place). 
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