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What is NaCl on the periodic table?


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Answered 2010-09-25 00:10:31

NaCl (sodium chloride) is not on the periodic table because it is a compound and the periodic table.

It is made of two elements which are on the periodic table: sodium (Na) and chlorine (Cl).

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No. Table salt is NaCl, which is sodium chloride. Na and Cl are on the periodic table.


The periodic table consists of elements; NaCl (sodium chloride, or table salt) is a compound.


Na=sodium Cl=chlorine NaCl=sodium


The periodic table of Mendeleev is only for chemical elements; sodium chloride is a compound not an element.


Do you mean NaCl? If so it is salt.


NaCl (Sodium chloride) is not on the periodic table because it isn't a chemical element. Sodium chloride is a chemical compound formed when the elements Sodium and Chlorine react with each other.


Table salt is sodium chloride and it is represented as NaCl


Table Salt. NaCl is the chemical formula for Sodium chloride. It is not on the periodic table because it isn't a chemical element. Sodium chloride is a chemical compound formed when the elements Sodium and Chlorine react with each other.


If you mean what elements on the Periodic Table make table salt, then you are looking for sodium (Na) and Chlorine (Cl) and together they form to make NaCl (table salt).


Na is placed in group1 and Cl is placed in group 17. Na+ and Cl- combines to form ionic compound NaCl.


The element is chlorine Cl on the periodic table, it's called chloride when choline is mixed with another element eg: NaCl is sodium chloride - common salt


Sodium is Na. Table salt is NaCl.You wont find salt in the periodic table as it is not an element it is a compound. Salt is properly called Sodium Chloride. Symbol for salt is NaCl which comes from Na (Natrium is the original name for Sodium, hence Na and Cl from Chlorine.Hope this helps.


Mass of NaCl = 22.99 + 35.45 = 58.44 g/mol (taken from periodic table) 3.40mol (58.44g/1 mol) = 198.696 g of NaCl


The mass of one mole of NaCl is the sum of the atomic weights for sodium and chlorine in grams. The atomic weights are found on the periodic table.


The periodic table table has elements arranged in increasing order of the atomic number. NaCl is a salt derived from sodium and chloride ions. Neither ions nor compounds are listed in periodic table. The elements involved in producing the salt are sodium (period 3 group 1) and chlorine (period 3 group 17).NaCl is made up of two elements: sodium and chlorine. Sodium is present in group-1. Chlorine is present in group-17.


Na is the element symbol for Natrium, from Natro, or salt. Table salt is NaCl, natron+chloride, or sodium chloride.


no, but chlorine (cl) is chloride is the ionic compound of chlorine and a metal found on the periodic table eg. NaCl, sodium chloride or KCl, potassium chloride


sodium chloride is a salt, a type of compound, not an element. it has no atomic number.


Yes, table salt is sodium chloride (NaCl).


table salt is NaCl. Na is sodium and Cl is chloride. Look at the periodic table and you'll see that Na is found in Group 1, or alkali metals.


if you have periodic table of elements it will help alot. anyways salt is NaCL the Na stands for sodium and the CL stands for chlorine so it is that


Sodium (Na) is a pure substance, listed on the Periodic Table. Table salt however, is Sodium Chloride (NaCl), which is not a pure substance


Determine the mass of 1 mole of NaCl (from the Periodic Table,) then divide that mass by two. NaCl = 58.5g/mol, and 0.5mol would be 58.5/2 = 29.3g


A group in periodic table is the column of element in periodic table


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