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Which of the following is a product formed when NaCl decomposes? Na2 Nac2 cl2

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I think it's Cl2? is that right??
Set up the stiochiometry and it will be more clear.....
I don't know what that means??? @chemENGINEER

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Can someone show me how to do this??
can you write a reaction that shows the decomposition of NaCl?
no i dont know now to do this
how*
You are right in your guess btw
i dont know much about chemistry ;) 2 NaCl ---> 2 Na + Cl2
But your name is chemengineer
lmao its a joke bro haha
Cl2 and 2Na
"Sodium, being a metal, will lose electrons; it has one valence electron so it loses one electron and forms a +1 charged ion. Chlorine is a nonmetal, and will gain electrons. It has room to gain one electron, so when it does that, it forms a -1 charged ion called the chloride ion. So with a +1 charge and a - 1 charge, the formula for sodium chloride is NaCl. " http://dl.clackamas.cc.or.us/ch104-10/%2811%29.htm good source kind of
obvi im a chemistry master
Sarcasm online can be hard to pick up forgive me
or wizard....i will take chemistry wizard also....
The winky face gave it away for me lol
Thank you :)

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