Answer to Question #56680 in General Chemistry for Nia
The mass of one mole of calcium chloride (CaCl2) is equal to the sum of masses of one mole of Calcium and two moles of Chlorine.
M (CaCl2) = m(Ca) + 2*m(Cl) = 40.078 + 2*35.446 = 110.97 (g)
Answer: 110.97 g.
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