# How many mole are there in 30g of calciumm chlorid

How many mole are there in calcium chloride, CaCl2 (CaCl2=111).

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1. moles=30/111

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2. Show me how to calculate the number of moles of 115grams of calcium chloride.

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3. Hw many mole are the in 30 of calcium chloride (cacl=111g)

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4. show me how to calculate how many moles are in 30 grams ( cacl2=111)

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5. 0.3

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6. 30/111=3.7moles

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7. Moles=30/111=3.7
:.m=3.7

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