  # A doctor orders that a patient receive 1.5 *10^-3 mole of sodium chloride. They only solution available contains 1.00 per mL of solution. A mole of sodium is equivalent to 58.5 g of sodium conversion factors to answer the problem.1.5*10^-3 moles * (_____g/ _____ mols) * (____mL/ _____g) * (_____L/____mL) * (____µ/_____L)

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A doctor orders that a patient receive 1.5 *10^-3 mole of sodium chloride. They only solution available contains 1.00 per mL of solution. A mole of sodium is equivalent to 58.5 g of sodium conversion factors to answer the problem.

1.5*10^-3 moles * (_____g/ _____ mols) * (____mL/ _____g) * (_____L/____mL) * (____µ/_____L)

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Step 1

Mass of one mol of sodium = 58.5 g

Thus, mass of 1.5×10-3 moles of sodium is:

Step 2

1 g is present in 100 mL of the solution. Thus, the volume o...

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