Chemistry

Acids and Bases

Salt (Sodium Chloride)

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Molarity = moles of solute/liters of solution ( 50 ml = 0.05 liters )

2.50 Molar NaCl = moles NaCl/0.05 liters solution

= 0.125 moles NaCl ( 7.305 grams NaCl )

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0The answer is 1,25 moles.

Take 43.8g NaCl divided by the molar mass of NaCl which is 58.443g and then you get your moles of NaCl. 43.8/58.443=0.749 moles NaCl

The answer is 0,96 moles.

The answer is 1,0096 moles.

The answer is 3.97 moles.

Molarity = moles of solute/Liters of solution 3.45 M NaCl = moles NaCl/5 liters = 17.25 moles

.391 moles of Na in NaCL

1 mole NaCl = 58.443g NaCl 234g NaCl x 1mol NaCl/58.443g NaCl = 4.00 moles NaCl

The answer is 7,73 moles.

The answer is 0,428 moles.

The answer is 3,422 moles.

The answer is 17,11 moles.

240 g of NaCl is equal to 4.11 moles.

5.5 moles of NaCl weigh321,42 g.

1 kg NaCl contain 17,112 moles.

50 g of NaCl represent 0,856 moles.

1,946 moles of NaCl contain 113,724 g.

The answer is 112,204 g NaCl.

The answer is 146,1 g NaCl.

mol = mass/Mr mol = 737/ 58.44 moles of NaCl = 12.61

25 grams NaCl * 1 mole NaCl per = .43 moles NaCl 58.44 grams NaCl (molecular mass)

The answer is 0,034 moles.

The answer is 0,4 moles.

The answer is 1,335 moles.

The answer is 0,186 moles.

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