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How many moles of ions are released when these samples are dissolved in water?
a. 0.37 mol of NH4Cl

b. 3.55 * 10^18 formula units of
Ba(OH)2 * 8H2O

I need to know what steps to take to get to the answer. Thanks!

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  1. 0.37 mole NH4Cl dissolved in water will be 0.37 mole NH4Cl. Each mole NH4Cl contains two ions; i.e., NH4^+ and Cl^-. Therefore, 0.37 x 2 = 0.74 mole ions in solution.

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