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How many ions are in a mole of chloride, Cl - ?. 6.022 x 10 23 ions= 1mol. What do a mole of chloride ions and a mole of xenon atoms have in common?. They both have the same amount of particles; 6.022 x 10 23 particles. Does a mole of Xenon have the same mass as a mole of chloride ions?.

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No, according to the periodic table, each substance has a different mass. They just are the same number of particles.
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1 mol Cl35.45g Cl

35.45g Cl or 1 mol Cl

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If a test question asked you to calculate average atomic mass what numerical data would have to be given in the problem?
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The empirical formula is the simplified ratio and the molecular formula is how the molecule actually exists.
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How can you check your answer in a percent composition problem to make sure there are no obvious errors?
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Particles, ions, atoms, molecules, and formula units.

That means whenever you write 6.022 x 1023 you must have one of those units behind it.

NOT g or mol.

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CO2 molecule

H2O molecule

Al atom

H2 molecule

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