# How many grams are in four tenths moles of sodium chloride?

23.3772 grams are there in four tenths moles of sodium chloride

### How many grams of sodium chloride is obtained by the action of chlorine with 4 moles sodium?

A mole of an element or compound is 6.022 x 1023 (Avogadro's constant) molecules of that substance. This number is the number of molecules it takes for an amount of substance to have a mass in grams the same as its molecular mass: carbon has a molecular mass of 12, so 6.022 x 1023 (one mole) carbon atoms have a mass of 12 grams. The molecular mass of sodium is 23 (22.989) so one mole…

### How many moles are there in 23.376 grams of sodium chloride?

The formula of sodium chloride is NaCl; therefore, the gram formula mass of sodium chloride is the sum of the gram atomic masses of sodium and chloride, or 58.443, to the justified number of significant digits. The number of gram formula masses in 23.376 grams is therefore 23.376/58.443 or 0.399998, to the justified number of significant digits.

### How many gram are in 10 mole of sodium chloride?

1 mole of Sodium Chloride weighs 58.5 grams (1 mole is the same as the molecular weight of a compound. The molecular mass of Sodium Chloride- NaCl is 23 [Na atomic mass] + 35.5 [Cl atomic mass] which is equal to 58.5 grams). Thus 10 moles would weigh 10x58.5 grams = 585 grams. The answer is 585 grams.

### What is the mass of sodium in 11.7 g of sodium chloride?

This question can be answered with the equation n = m Ã· M (where n is the number of mol's, m is te mass in grams and M is the Molar Mass of Sodium Chloride). Now, sodium chloride's molecular formula is written as, NaCl Now if we think of this formula as representing a ratio of elements within the compound, we can see that, NaCl : Cl = 1 mole of sodium chloride molecules…

### How can you express the concentration of a substance mathematically?

In chemistry, the concentration of a substance in solution is determined by molarity, which is symbolized by "M". This indicates the number of moles of a substance dissolved in one liter of a solvent (usually water). For example: - 1 mole of sodium chloride = 58 grams - If 116 grams of sodium chloride are dissolved in 1 liter of water, then that solution is a 2-molar (2 M) solution of sodium chloride. - If…