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How many total moles of ions are released into water when 0.50 moles of calcium perchlorate are dissolved in a liter of water?

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    Ca(ClO4(2 ==> Ca^+2 + 2ClO4^-
    0.50 mole Ca^+2 + 1.00 mole ClO4^- = 1.50 total moles.

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