Problem: How many moles of sodium ions (Na +) are in 56.0 g of sodium phosphate (Na 3PO4)? A. 0.342 mol Na+ B. 1.03 mol Na+ C. 0.114 mol Na+ D. 3.06 x 103 mol Na+

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How many moles of sodium ions (Na +) are in 56.0 g of sodium phosphate (Na 3PO4)?

A. 0.342 mol Na+

B. 1.03 mol Na+

C. 0.114 mol Na+

D. 3.06 x 103 mol Na+

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