Problem: Calculate the number of grams of sodium in 8.6 g of each of the following sodium-containing food additives.Na2 C6 H6 O7 (sodium hydrogen citrate)

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mass Na2 C6 H6 O7 (molar mass) → mol Na2 C6 H6 O7 (mol-to-mol ratio) → mol Na (molar mass Na) → mass Na


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Calculate the number of grams of sodium in 8.6 g of each of the following sodium-containing food additives.

Na2 C6 H6 O7 (sodium hydrogen citrate)

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