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Atoms Molecules And Ions. 142GQ

The empirical formula of the given compound should be determined by using the given data that 2.04 g of Vanadium combined with 1.93 g of Sulfur should be determined. Concept introduction: Empirical formula of a compound represents the smallest whole number relative ratio of elements in that compound. Equation for number moles from mass and molar mass, N u m b e r o f m o l e s = M a s s i n g r a m s M o l a r m a s s

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Chapter 2, Problem 142GQ
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Interpretation: The empirical formula of the given compound should be determined by using the given data that 2.04g of Vanadium combined with 1.93g of Sulfur should be determined.

Concept introduction:

  • Empirical formula of a compound represents the smallest whole number relative ratio of elements in that compound.
  • Equation for number moles from mass and molar mass,

  Numberofmoles=MassingramsMolarmass

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