(a) 0.24 mol of Na3PO4
(b) 51.4 g of NiBr2 3 H2O
(c) 4.07 1022 formula units of FeCl3
How many total moles of ions are released when each of the following samples dissolves completely in water?
(a) 0.24 mol of Na3PO4 Take the initial moles and multiply by the number of ions ...
The amount of total moles of ions which are released when certain compounds are dissolved in water are calculated. The solution looks at Na3PO4, NiBr2 3 H2O, and FeCl3 at different masses.