A solution of NaCl has a chloride ion concentration of 150. ppm. What is the sodium ion concentration in this solution?

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  • 2 months ago

    NaCl → Na{+} + Cl{-}    [balanced as written]

    If the ppm is by mass:(150. ppm Cl{-}) / (35.4532 g Cl/mol) x (1 mol Na{+} / 1 mol Cl{-}) x (22.98977 g Na/mol) = 97.3 ppm Na{+}

    If the ppm is by moles:

    (150. ppm Cl{-}) x (1 mol Na{+} / 1 mol Cl{-}) = 150. ppm Na{+} by moles

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