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i know how to get the amount of a substance in moles from something like NaCl in 5.85g of salt you just use n = m/M

but would like to know how to:

calculate the amount(in mole) of:

cl ions in 13.4 g of nickel chloride(NiCl2)

i know the answer i just cant get it

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# Calculating the amount in moles

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