If Mg Cl2 contains one Millions of Mg2+ Ions, then how many Chloride Ions are present in it?
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If Mg Cl2 contains one Millions of Mg2+ Ions, then how many Chloride Ions are present in it?
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Mg Cl2 → Mg2+ + 2Cl–

Number of particles in a mole (atom, mole ale or ions) are definite

 ∴Ions in Mg2+ = one million

∴ions in 2Cl– = 2 × one million = to million.
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