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A student wants to prepare Halite. How much sodium can he use to completely react it with 30g of Chlorine gas?

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    Na +Cl---> NaCl

    30g of Cl*(1 mole of Cl/35.45 g of Cl)= moles of Cl

    Since moles of Cl=moles of Na

    moles of Na *(22.99 g of Na/1 mole of Na)= g's of Na needed to react with chlorine gas

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