Problem: How many total moles of ions are released when the following sample dissolves completely in water? 0.382 mol K2HPO4 (Assume that the hydrogen phosphate ion remains intact in solution.)a. 1.53 molb. 0.382 molc. 1.15 mold. 3.06 mole. 1.91 mol

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How many total moles of ions are released when the following sample dissolves completely in water? 0.382 mol K2HPO4 (Assume that the hydrogen phosphate ion remains intact in solution.)

a. 1.53 mol

b. 0.382 mol

c. 1.15 mol

d. 3.06 mol

e. 1.91 mol

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