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A sample containing .187 g cl is dissolved in 50.0 mL water. How many moles of cl ion are in the solution? what is the molarity of the cl ion in the solution?

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    cl means nothing. Cl is chloride ion.
    moles = grams/atomic mass.
    M = moles/L

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