Nthe gaseous state, chlorine exists as a diatomic molecule cl2 (molar mass = 70.9 g/mol). calculate the number of moles of chlorine present in 150 g of chlorine gas

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  • Réponse publiée par: alexespinosa

    Hello!

    In the gaseous state, chlorine exists as a diatomic molecule Cl2 (Molar mass = 70.9 g/mol). Calculate the number of moles of chlorine present in 150 g of chlorine gas

    We have the following information:

    n (number of mol) = ?

    m1 (solute mass) = 150 g

    MM (Molar Mass of Chlorine gas - Cl2) = 2*(35.45u) = 70.9 g/mol

    Let's find the number of moles, let's see:

    n = \dfrac{m_1\:(g)}{MM\:(g/mol)}

    n = \dfrac{150\:\diagup\!\!\!\!\!g}{70.9\:\diagup\!\!\!\!\!g/mol}

    \boxed{\boxed{n \approx 2.115\:mol}}\end{array}}\qquad\checkmark

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  • Réponse publiée par: RoseTheShadowHunter

    GAY-LUSSAC'S AND COMBINED

    1. a. decreases

    b. increases

    2. P2 = 11.99 atm

    3. and 4. don't know how

    5. Nah

    BOYLE'S AND CHARLES'

    1. P2 = 312.62 mmHg

    2. V2 = 2,370.59 L

    3. V2 = 2.85 x 10^-1 L

    4. T2 = 101.25 K

    5. a. decreases

    b. increases

    6. a. decreases

    b. increases

    7. Nah

    AVOGADRO'S AND DALTON'S

    1. V2 = 67.20 L

    2. V2 = 1.76 L

    3. don't know how

    4. n = 5.58 x 10^-1 mol

    5. and 6. Nah


    Please help. if possible, can i see how you guys did the calculations.
    Please help. if possible, can i see how you guys did the calculations.
    Please help. if possible, can i see how you guys did the calculations.
    Please help. if possible, can i see how you guys did the calculations.
    Please help. if possible, can i see how you guys did the calculations.
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