# Tag: Chlorine (Cl)

## Calcium Chloride Monohydrate (CaCl_{2}.H_{2}O) Molecular Weight Calculation

Calcium Chloride [CaCl2] is an inorganic compound of two elements: Calcium (Ca) and Chlorine (Cl). The monohydrate form of Calcium Chloride (CaCl2.H2O) also contains one water (H2O) molecule. The molecular weight of Calcium chloride monohydrate is 128.9988 which can be calculated by adding up the total weight (atomic weight multiplied by their number) of all its elements and water molecules.

## Aluminium Chloride Hexahydrate [AlCl_{3}.6H_{2}O]** Molecular Weight Calculation**

Aluminium chloride [AlCl3] is an inorganic compound of two elements: Aluminium and Chlorine. The hexahydrate form of Aluminium chloride [AlCl3.6H2O] also contains 6 water molecules. The molecular weight of Aluminium chloride hexahydrate is 241.4320384 which can be calculated by adding up the total weight (atomic weight multiplied by their number) of all its elements and water molecules.

## Calcium Chloride Hexahydrate (CaCl_{2}.6H_{2}O) Molecular Weight Calculation

Calcium Chloride (CaCl2) is an inorganic compound of two elements: Calcium and Chlorine. The hexahydrate form of Calcium Chloride (CaCl2.6H2O) also contains 6 water molecules. The molecular weight of Calcium chloride hexahydrate is 219.0758 which can be calculated by adding up the total weight (atomic weight multiplied by their number) of all its elements.