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Posted by chemdummy on Saturday, October 13, 2012 at 3:39am.

What is the mass of 4.80 moles of MgCl2?My answer is: Mg=24.3 g/mole
Cl2=35.5g/mole*2=71g/mole so,
Mg 24.3+ Cl2 71= 95.3g/mole therefore 4.80 moles * 95.3 g/mole=471.84g Am i right pls correct me if i'm wrong thanks

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