What is the molarity of the {eq}Cl^-(aq) {/eq} anion in a 0.0250 M {eq}MgCl_2(aq) {/eq} solution?

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What is the molarity of the {eq}Cl^-(aq) {/eq} anion in a 0.0250 M {eq}MgCl_2(aq) {/eq} solution?

Magnesium Chloride:

Magnesium chloride that is {eq}{\rm{MgC}}{{\rm{l}}_2} {/eq} is used to stabilize soil and in erosion and dust control. This inorganic compound is also used as catalyst support that is in Ziegler-Natta catalysts.

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Given Data:

  • The molarity of {eq}{\rm{MgC}}{{\rm{l}}_2} {/eq} is 0.0250 M.


To Calculate:

  • The molarity of anion that is {eq}{\rm{C}}{{\rm{l}}^ -...

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