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What Are Anhydrous Salts?

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The name and function of salt compounds change with the presence or absence of water in their crystalline structures. For example, sodium sulfate, NaSO4, is called anhydrous sodium sulfate when free of water, and is used as a drying material. That
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An anhydrous salt is a salt that has been heated up until the water in it evaporates and it usually disenigrates into a powder, but is now anhydrous (Without water)
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The formula for anhydrous salt is BaCl2 , 2 H2O. For the equations see site:
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mass of anhydrate - 8.61 - 3.60 = 5.01 g. moles of anhydrate - 5.01 g / 25.0112 g/mol = 0.2 mol. moles of water - 3.60 g / 18.0 g/mol = 0.2 mol. We have a 1 to 1 molar ratio, so this
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