The molar mass of copper (III) chloride is equal to how many grams?

1 Answer
Jan 20, 2017

Answer:

Are you sure it is #CuCl_3#?

Explanation:

#"Cupric chloride"# is #CuCl_2#; #"cuprous chloride"# is #CuCl#.

I don't think you would find the #Cu(+III)# ion in any simple salt.

#CuCl_2# has a molar mass of #(63.55+2xx35.45)*g*mol^-1#.