Elements and Compounds

# How many moles of sodium chloride are in 5.08 L of a 2.36 M solution?

Molarity = moles of solute/Liters of solution ( find the moles )

2.36 M NaCl = moles NaCl/5.08 Liters NaCl

= 12.0 moles

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That depends upon the concentration of the solution. If it is a 1 molar solution, then 2 ml contain .002 moles.

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Sodium and chloride have fixed oxidation states. Sodium is Na+ and Chloride is Cl-. Their ratio is 1:1 (1 to 1). So in this particular compound, there is only one sodium ion and 1 x 2.5 = 2.5 moles (answer).

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