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A 2.25 g sample of titanium metal is burned in an oxygen atmosphere to produce 3.75 g of a titanium oxide.  Use this information to determine the empirical formula of the titanium oxide.

 

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Given that the mass of Titanium is 2.25 g and the mass of oxide is 3.75 g of Titanium oxide. The ...

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Mass No.of moles of Ti=- Atomic mass 2.25g 47.867g/mol0.047 mol Mass of oxygen 3.75 g-2.25g-1.5 Mass No.of moles of O-. Atomic mass 1.5g0.094mol 16g/mol

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