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Answer on Inorganic Chemistry Question for Ahmed

Question #36875
How many grams are there in 13.5 moles of NaCl? (show your work)
Expert's answer
Main formula: m=n*M,

n- number of moles;

M-molar mass of compound;

n(NaCl)=13.5 mol;

M(NaCl)=M(Na)+M(Cl)=23.0+35.5=58.5 (g/mol)

M(NaCl)=n(NaCl)*M(NaCl)=13.5mol* 58.5g/mol=790g

Answer: 790g

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