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how many moles are in 50g of NaCl

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The atomic weight of sodium, given in the periodic table is 22.990 gram, and of chlorine is 35.453 gram. The molecular weight of sodium chloride is, therefore: Mw(NaCl) = 22.990 + 35.453 = 58.443 gram. So ONE mole of NaCL is 58.443 Divide to get .855 moles of NaCL = 50 grams

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