What is the sodium chlorine molecule?

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Sodium chloride is encountered as an ionic solid, with a giant ionic lattice structure, containing Na. and Cl. ions. Sodium chloride in the solid state is. not. molecular. In sodium chloride vapour at high temperatures there are discrete NaCl
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2S + Cl2 - S2Cl2. So the eqtn tells you 1mole Cl2 produces 1mole S2Cl2. So the first thing to do is find the moles of S2Cl2 = 50/ molar mass. Let's call this Y moles. So you need
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A Chlorine molecule can be stated as Cl(subscript 2). This means there are two Cl's bonded together!
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