The volume of Copper Sulphate required is 162.5 mL
Explanation
According to the equation, V1M1 = V2M2
V1 volume of Copper nitrate used = ?
M1 molarity of Copper nitrate used = 2.035 M
V2 volume of Copper nitrate converted = 538.1 mL
M2 molarity of Copper nitrate converted = 0.6145 M
V1 = V2M2/M1
= (538.1 mL * 0.6145 M) / 2.035 M
= 162.4877 (or) 162.5 mL
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