Question #43439

6.3 g of MgCl2 is dissolved in 200 mL of water. What is the resulting concentration of Cl–(aq) ions?

The atomic weigth of Mg is 24.3, that of Cl is 35.5. Give your answer in moles·L–1 and in 2 decimals.

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The atomic weigth of Mg is 24.3, that of Cl is 35.5. Give your answer in moles·L–1 and in 2 decimals.

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