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The Chemical Formula Of Sodium Chloride?

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sodium is Na and chloride is Cl
2Na + Cl(little 2) ------> 2NaCl
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The answer is simply NaCl
In the periodic table, Sodium is on column 1 which is the Alkalai Metals and Cholrine is on column 7 which is the non-metals.

Sodium is naturally equivalent to +1 while Chlorine (after equation of n-8=1 saying that n=7) it will be -1. Then in conclusion it is NaCl
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NaCl
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The most correct answer to this equation would be NaCl. NA is sodium, and Cl is chloride. So Na+Cl.
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Sian Tucker answered
The equation is NaOH+HCL-NACL+H2O
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NaCl
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Helastair Vexed answered
Simply: NaCl

More precisely, NaCl when it's dry, but, it's an ionic compound, so when dissolved, it becomes Na+ Cl-.
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After salt and water are heated and the water is removed, is the salt solution classified as a pure substance
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Answer me plz plz plz
  cl negitive   and   cl positive
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