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ICSE Class 10 Answered

Calculate the number of molecules in 1 kg of Calcium Chloride.

Asked by aashimegh | 28 Aug, 2019, 05:25: PM
Expert Answer
Given:
 
Mass of calcium chloride = 1 kg
 
                                    = 1000 gm
 
Molar mass of calcium chloride = 110.98 gm/mol
 
No. of moles of calcium chloride 
 
equals fraction numerator 1000 over denominator 110.98 end fraction

equals space 9.01 space mol
 
No. of molecules of CaCl2 = No. of moles of  CaCl2 × Avogadro's number
 
                                      = 9.01 × 6.022 × 1023 
 
                                      =5.42 × 1024 molecules of CaCl2 
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