Chemistry Gd 11

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How many moles of chlorine gas would reacht with 10 moles of sodium to form sodium chloride?

  • Chemistry Gd 11 -

    2Na + Cl2 ==> 2NaCl.

    10 moles Na will react with 5 moles Cl2 to produce 10 moles NaCl.

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