How many moles of chlorine has are needed to make 0.6 moles of sodium chloride?

Reaction: 2Na+Cl2>>>2NaCl

Answer:
0.3
As there is a one to one ratio of Sodium to Chloride then the obvious answer would be .3
.3 moles of Sodium + .3 moles of Chlorine = .6 moles of Sodium Chloride.

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