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When sodium chloride is strongly heated in a flame, the

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Problem 64

When sodium chloride is strongly heated in a flame, the flame takes on the yellow color associated with the emission spectrum of sodium atoms. The reaction that occurs in the gaseous state is Calculate for this reaction.

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