DUE IN 10 MIN!! Module 5: Directions: Respond to this question to demonstrate your understanding of the topic/content. Be

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Module 5: Directions: Respond to this question to demonstrate your understanding of the topic/content. Be sure to provide adequate and relevant details learned in the module to support your response. Pay close attention to organizing your response so it makes sense and uses correct grammar. Your response should be at least 5-7 sentences at a minimum.

Question: Na + Cl2 –> NaCl
If you were given 15 grams of sodium (with excess chlorine) and asked to determine the amount of NaCl that would be produced (in grams), how would you go about doing it. Be as specific as possible and include numerical values when necessary.

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Farah 3 days 2021-07-18T23:24:02+00:00 1 Answers 0 views 0

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    2021-07-18T23:25:57+00:00

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    I would first convert the grams of sodium into moles of sodium using its molar mass. Next, I would use the ratio of Sodium Chloride to Sodium in the given chemical equation to cancel out the moles of Sodium that I just obtained and get the moles of Sodium Chloride. Finally, using the molar mass of Sodium Chloride, I would cancel out the moles of Sodium Chloride to get the grams of Sodium Chloride.

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