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Could someone check this one for me please? sodium reacts with chlorine gas to form sodium chloride. Write a balanced chemical equation for the reaction, and find the mass of chlorine gas that will react with 96.6 g of sodium. 2Na + Cl2 ---2NaCl mass of Cl2: 96.6g * 71/2*23=149g

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    correct :)

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    \[96.6 g Na (\frac{1 mole Na}{22.99 g Na})(\frac{1 mole Cl_2}{2 mole Na})(\frac{70.9 Cl_2}{1mole Cl_2})=149g Cl_2\]

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    thank you see zbay, I am gettin better ya taught me well lol

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    I was just trying to picture it so i wrote it out on the equation thing but thanks for the props

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