A chemistry student is given 2.00 L of a clear aqueous solution at 43.° C. He is told an unknown

A chemistry student is given 2.00 L of a clear aqueous solution at 43.° C. He is told an unknown amount of a certain compound X is dissolved in the solution. The student allows the solution to cool to 25.° C. At that point, the student sees that a precipitate has formed. He pours off the remaining liquid solution, throws away the precipitate, and evaporates the water from the remaining liquid solution under vacuum. More precipitate forms. The student washes, dries and weighs the additional precipitate. It weighs 0.062 kg1) Using only the information above, can you calculate the solubility of X in water at 25 degrees C?2) If yes calculate it. Round answer to 2 significant digits

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