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## How many moles are in a gram of Cl2?

1 grams Cl2 is equal to **0.014103178856514 mole**.

## How many grams are in 2 moles of chlorine?

Cl_{2} is a molecule that is made up of two chlorine atoms. Chlorine has an atomic weight of 35.45. A mole of Cl_{2} molecules would contain two moles of chlorine atoms, each mole weighing 35.45 g. Thus the mass needed to obtain Avogadro’s number of Cl_{2} molecules is equal to **70.90 g**.

## How many grams is 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. Also, I calculated **70.9** because 35.45 g/mol (the mass of one Chlorine atom) times 2 is 70.9 g/mol (Cl2 has two Chlorine atoms).

## How many CL are in a gram?

Centiliters to grams table

Centiliters | Grams |
---|---|

1 cl |
10 g |

2 cl | 20 g |

3 cl | 30 g |

4 cl | 40 g |

## How many moles are in CL?

The number of moles of Cl is twice as much, because the ratio of Cl in MgCl2 to MgCl2 is 2:1. Therefore, there are **12 moles** of Cl.

## What is the mass of 2 moles of cl2?

Molecular mass of CL2=2×35. 453amu=**70.906amu**.

## How many molecules of Cl2 are in 42.0 g of Cl2?

42.0 g Cl2 contains **6.022× 1023 molecules Cl2**.

## How many Cl2 molecules are there in ten moles of chlorine gas?

If you have a mole of cl2, then you have **6.02 * 10^23 molecules** of cl2. If you want to calculate for atoms however, you can see that each molecule has two atoms of cl. Therefore you have 2* 6.02 * 10^23 chlorine atoms.

## How do you find moles of chlorine?

The mass of one mole of chlorine gas is its molar mass, and can be determined by **multiplying its subscript by the molar mass of chlorine** (atomic weight on the periodic table in g/mol), which is 35.45 g/mol .

## What is the mass of 2.5 moles of Cl2?

Answer: Cl2 contains two Cl atom so molar mass will be 35 . 5 x2 that is 71 GRAM means 0ne mole of Cl2 has 71 gram so 2.5 mol will be equal to **2.5×71.** **Gram**.