You need 2,92 NaCl.
Sodium chloride is used to prepare the 0,9 % isotonic solution.
Dissolve 500 mg sodium chloride in 1L water.
Sodium chloride is used to prepare by electrolysis (in solution or melted) sodium hydroxide, hydrogen, chlorine, sodium.
The answer is 200 g sodium chloride.
To prepare a 1,5 M sodium chloride solution we need 87,659 g NaCl.
A sodium solution of water cannot be made as sodium reacts violently with water to produce sodium hydroxide.
The answer is 0,1648 g NaCl.
By a slowly evaporation of water from a NaCl solution.
It depends on the volume, if we consider 1 liter of the solution 500 mg of sodium chloride is needed.
The solution of sodium chloride is an electrolyte.
Sodium chloride solution is not an indicator.
Salt in water is sodium. Ringer's lactate solution (sodium lactate solution and Hartmann's solution), is a mix of sodium chloride, sodium lactate, potassium chloride, and calcium chloride in water. Sodium Chloride is a mix of sodium and chloride.
The sodium chloride solution of sodium chloride in water is homogeneous.
Yes, ions of sodium (+) and chloride (-) in solution.
Sodium chloride (NaCl) is a compound. Sodium chloride can be dissolved to obtain a water solution.
This solution contain a specified concentration of sodium chloride.
The water solution of sodium chloride is neutral.
Sodium chloride water solution is homogeneous.
Because the sodium chloride solution in this case is isotonic.
if u have sodium chloride solution just heat it..water will get evaporated leaving only sodium chloride
In this instance, 50 mol of sodium chloride is needed and molar mass of NaCl is 58.5 g/mol. Hence the mass we need is 29250 g. But this amount of salt could not be dissolved in 500 ml of water, so we cannot prepare this solution practically.
Sodium hydroxide is obtained by the electrolysis of sodium chloride solution.