## Which one is bigger Cl or L?

Definition: Centilitre A centilitre (cL or cl) a metric unit of volume that is equal to one hundredth of a litre and is equal to a little more than six tenths (0.6102) of acubic inch, or one third (0.338) of a fluid ounce. “Liter” is American spelling and “Litre” is international spelling. 1 L = 1000 mL.

## Is CL bigger than mL?

A centiliter is larger than a milliliter. Simply put, cl is larger than ml. Since a centiliter is 10^1 larger than a milliliter, it means that the conversion factor for cl to ml is 10^1.

## How many moles are in CL?

The answer is 35.453. We assume you are converting between grams Cl and mole. You can view more details on each measurement unit: molecular weight of Cl or mol The SI base unit for amount of substance is the mole. 1 grams Cl is equal to 0.028206357713029 mole.

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## How do you find moles of Cl in AgCl?

The mass of silver chloride precipitated is used to calculate:

1. (i) moles of AgCl(s) precipitated. moles = mass ÷ molar mass.
2. (ii) moles of chloride ion, Cl-, present. mole ratio AgCl:Cl- is 1:1.
3. (iii) mass of chloride ion, Cl-, present in the seawater. mass = moles × molar mass.

## How many moles are there in 70.9 g of CL?

39.2 g Cl2(1 mole of Cl270.9 g Cl2)(6.022⋅1023molecules Cl21 mole Cl2)=3.33⋅1023 molecules Cl2 . Hence, the answer is 3.33⋅1023 molecules of Cl2. Note that 6.022⋅1023 is also known as Avogadro’s number, and it can be referred to as the number of molecules in one mole of that substance.

## How many moles of CL are in NaCl?

A mole of NaCl contains a mole of sodium ions and a mole of chloride ions. Since a mole of sodium has a mass of 22.990 g and a mole of chlorine has a mass of 35.45 g, the molar mass of NaCl is 58.44 g/mol.

## How many atoms does CL have?

Name Chlorine
Atomic Number 17
Atomic Mass 35.453 atomic mass units
Number of Protons 17
Number of Neutrons 18

12.78g

22.989769 u

24.305 u

## Is sodium a solid?

Sodium is a chemical element with symbol Na and atomic number 11. Classified as an alkali metal, Sodium is a solid at room temperature.

## Where do we find sodium?

Sodium is the sixth most abundant element on Earth. It is never found in its pure form because it is so reactive. It is only found in compounds such as sodium chloride (NaCL) or table salt. Sodium chloride is found in ocean water (salt water), salt lakes, and underground deposits.

## Is Cl A chlorine?

Chlorine (Cl), chemical element, the second lightest member of the halogen elements, or Group 17 (Group VIIa) of the periodic table. Chlorine is a toxic, corrosive, greenish yellow gas that is irritating to the eyes and to the respiratory system.

## How does sodium look like?

Sodium is a very soft silvery-white metal. Sodium is the most common alkali metal and the sixth most abundant element on Earth, comprising 2.8 percent of Earth’s crust.

## How do we use sodium in everyday life?

Sodium is used as a heat exchanger in some nuclear reactors, and as a reagent in the chemicals industry. But sodium salts have more uses than the metal itself. The most common compound of sodium is sodium chloride (common salt). It is added to food and used to de-ice roads in winter.

## How do you purify sodium?

The only purification method is to wait for its natural decay. Sodium hydride and oxide (Na2O, NaH) are crystallising in liquid sodium when cooling, that produces the necessary sodium sur-saturation against hydrogen and oxygen to let the nucleation mechanism happen, and then to allow for crystal growth.

## What makes sodium unique?

It’s a soft metal, reactive and with a low melting point, with a relative density of 0,97 at 20ºC (68ºF). From the commercial point of view, sodium is the most important of all the alkaline metals. Sodium reacts quickly with water, and also with snow and ice, to produce sodium hydroxide and hydrogen.