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    I've really tried but i can't seem to figure this question out, any help?

    Chlorine reacts with sodium hydroxide as follows

    Cl2 + 6NaOH(aq) --> 5NaCl(aq) + NaClO3(aq) + 3H2O(l)

    What mass of sodium chloride and what mass of sodium chlorate(V) would be produced from 240cm^3 of chlorine gas?

    The answer is 2.94g of sodium chloride and 1.065g of sodium chlorate(V), i just dont know how to get this?
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    I'm assuming these are at room temp/1 atmosphere due to the 240cm^3
    You know that: 24dm^3 of gas = 1 mole
    Which is: 240cm^3 of gas = 0.01 moles

    Can you work it out from there?
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    (Original post by Normandy114)
    I'm assuming these are at room temp/1 atmosphere due to the 240cm^3
    You know that: 24dm^3 of gas = 1 mole
    Which is: 240cm^3 of gas = 0.01 moles

    Can you work it out from there?
    Ah yes thanks i just clicked
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