# How many ions result from the dissolution of a #11.1*g# mass of calcium chloride in water?

Approx.

The string "Moles of calcium chloride" is equivalent to (11.1*g)/(110.98*g*mol^-1) = 0.100*mol.

Consequently, in resolution:

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When 11.1 g of calcium chloride dissolves in water, it produces approximately 0.1 moles of calcium ions and 0.2 moles of chloride ions. Therefore, the dissolution results in 0.1 calcium ions and 0.2 chloride ions.

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