Problem: Which sample contains the greatest number of moles of Cl?(a) 3.8 mol HCl(b) 1.7 mol CH2Cl2(c) 4.2 mol NaClO3(d) 2.2 mol Mg(ClO4)2

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(a) 3.8 mol HCl

1 mol HCl: 1 mol Cl

moles Cl =3.8 mol HCl××1 mol Cl1 mol HCl

moles Cl = 3.8 mol


(b) 1.7 mol CH2Cl2

1 mol CH2Cl2: 2 mol Cl

moles Cl =1.7 mol CH2Cl2××2 mol Cl1 mol CH2Cl2

moles Cl = 3.4 mol


(c) 4.2 mol NaClO3

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Which sample contains the greatest number of moles of Cl?

(a) 3.8 mol HCl

(b) 1.7 mol CH2Cl2

(c) 4.2 mol NaClO3

(d) 2.2 mol Mg(ClO4)2

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