anonymous
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0.1 mole of a chloride,XCl2,combines with10.8g of water to form the hydrate XCl2.nH2O.What is the value of 'n'.
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anonymous
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@Littlemsadventuretime @uri
anonymous
  • anonymous
Is it 6.please show how
anonymous
  • anonymous
@aaronq

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@Ayana123 @JMark @hba @skullpatrol @dan815
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@Ayana123 @JMark @hba @skullpatrol @dan815 please help.
anonymous
  • anonymous
plese give me the formula if you dont want to show it .Please
aaronq
  • aaronq
it is 6. find moles of water: \(n=\dfrac{m}{M}=\dfrac{10.8 g}{18\;g/mol}=0.6\;mol\) write an equation: \(XCl_2+H_2O\rightarrow XCl_2*nH_2O,\) \( 0.1 mol\;\;\color{red}{ 0.6 mol} \;\;\;\;\;\;\; 0.1 mol \)
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Thanks @aaronq you finally helped me.
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