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Magnesium oxide is 60.3% magnesium by mass. How many grams of magnesium can be obtained from 250 g magnesium oxide?

A) 115 g

B) 151 g

C) 512 g

D) 15075 g

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[Nov 19 2014]

2014 distinguished faculty lecturer Marr to discuss “My Dark Path to the Bio Side” GOLDEN, Colo., Nov. 19, 2014 – The 2014 Colorado School of Mines Faculty Senate Distinguished Lecturer, Chemical and Biological Engineering Department Head ...more

[Nov 18 2014]

Mines announces Presidential Search Committee and plans for engaging community input GOLDEN, Colo., Nov. 18, 2014 – The Colorado School of Mines Board of Trustees has announced the formation of a search committee to assist in the selection ...more

[Nov 18 2014]

Dr. Cornejo's trash-to-glass research featured by Architect Magazine ...more

[Nov 14 2014]

Marquez Hall architect elected to the National Academy ...more

[Nov 12 2014]

Colorado School of Mines receives $1.25 million gift from Anadarko Petroleum Corporation GOLDEN, CO, Nov. 12, 2014—Anadarko Petroleum Corporation made a $1.25 million commitment to Colorado School of Mines to support the departments of petroleum ...more

[Nov 10 2014]

Mines team to compete at Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl GOLDEN, Colo., Nov. 10, 2014 – For the first time, Colorado School of Mines is sending a team to compete at the 2014 Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl regional ...more

Mines President Scoggins to retire in 2015

Colorado School of Mines President M. W. Scoggins announced today that he plans to retire in 2015.

Scoggins became the university’s 16th president in June 2006 after more than 34 years in the global oil and gas industry with Mobil and ExxonMobil, retiring as a senior executive in 2004. He remains active in the industry through service on several boards of directors.

In his communication to campus, Scoggins said, “The dedication, excellence, and work ethic of Mines students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends are the true hallmarks of this extraordinary institution. I look forward to thanking the many individuals who have contributed so much to the success of Mines. In the meantime, our work continues as we strive to advance Mines’ stature as a premier research university.” LEARN MORE

 

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