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How many mols of NaCl are produced if you start with 5.0 mols of Chlorine?

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    This reaction ?

    2Na+Cl2 >>2NaCl

    If so,then five moles of Cl2 gives 10 moles of sodium chloride.

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    2Na + Cl2 > 2NaCl
    then the question from above - would it still be 10? If so, can you just explain to me how you got there.

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    well, the balanced equation says for each one mole of Cl2, one gets twice that number of moles for NaCl.

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