Sodium Chloride or NaCl is made up of two elements, sodium (or Na) and chlorine (or Cl). A molecule of sodium chloride, NaCl, consists of one atom each of.
1 mole of NaCl contains ×10²³ molecules. Each molecule of NaCl has two atoms and so number of atoms in one mole NaCl = 2××10²³.
In a molecule of sodium chloride, which has the chemical formula NaCl, there are two atoms: one atom each of sodium and chloride. Sodium chloride is an ionic.
In fact they tend to be, since the crystal structure of NaCl is cubic. However, most Now it is a simple matter to find how many atoms there are in a grain of salt.
Looking at sodium chloride, NaCl, for every mole of NaCl there are Avogadro's number of formula units (molecules). So the number of formula.
Who would have thought you would have got so many wrong answers. Just goes to show how confusing moles can be. K's working is definitely.