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In a similar experiment, a sample of tin metal was dissolved in nitric acid to produce 15.00 mL of solution containing Sn2+. Titration analysis resulted in the calculation that the concentration of Sn2+ in this solution was 0.60 mol/L.



b.    What mass of tin was used to make the tin solution?

 Find the mass of the Sn(s) in g: (give your answer to 2 decimal places)
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Hi again, I think I answered your previous question, so this is the follow up.

Now, I'm not completely certain, but I get 1.1 grams of tin rounded to the nearest 2 significant figures. The steps are outlined below, so I hope it provides a little bit of insight.
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