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Solution: In the gaseous state, chlorine exists as a diatomic molecule Cl 2 (Molar mass = 70.9 g/mol). Calculate the number of moles of chlorine present in 150  g of chlorine gas.Express the quantity in moles to three significant figures.

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In the gaseous state, chlorine exists as a diatomic molecule Cl 2 (Molar mass = 70.9 g/mol). Calculate the number of moles of chlorine present in 150  g of chlorine gas.

Express the quantity in moles to three significant figures.

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