How many mols of NaCl are produced if you start with 5.0 mols of Chlorine?

asked by Gail
  1. This reaction ?

    2Na+Cl2 >>2NaCl

    If so,then five moles of Cl2 gives 10 moles of sodium chloride.

    posted by bobpursley
  2. 2Na + Cl2 > 2NaCl
    then the question from above - would it still be 10? If so, can you just explain to me how you got there.

    posted by Gail
  3. well, the balanced equation says for each one mole of Cl2, one gets twice that number of moles for NaCl.

    posted by bobpursley

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