Problem: Iodine is prepared both in the laboratory and commercially by adding Cl2(g) to an aqueous solution containing sodium iodide:2Nal(aq) + CI2(g) → l2(s) + 2 NaCl(aq)How many grams of sodium iodide, Nal, must be used to produce 45.8 g of iodine, I  2?

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Iodine is prepared both in the laboratory and commercially by adding Cl2(g) to an aqueous solution containing sodium iodide:

2Nal(aq) + CI2(g) → l2(s) + 2 NaCl(aq)

How many grams of sodium iodide, Nal, must be used to produce 45.8 g of iodine, I  2?



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