Don't know how to do this stoichiometric problem with 4 questions.

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The Attempt at a Solution



I got the first 3 answers. But I don't know what this is asking for. What is CuO. Where did that come from. Is \n't it supposed to be Cu(OH)2?
 

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AGNuke
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[itex]CuO + H_2O \rightarrow Cu(OH)_2[/itex]
It is just hydrated form, nothing to worry about.
 
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Borek
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I would put it as

Cu(OH)2 -> CuO + H2O

copper hydroxide easily decomposes, but copper oxide doesn't react with water.
 

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