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A sample of a pure compound contain 2.04 gram of sodium, 2.65 x 10^22 atoms of carbon and 0.132 mole of oxygen atoms. Find the Empirical formula of the compound.

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2.04gms of sodium,no of moles= 2.04/gmw of sodium no of moles of carbon=2.65*10^22/avagadro number 0.132moles of oxygen
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no of moles sodium=0.088 carbon=0.044 oxygen=0.132
so mole ratio is 2:1:3
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empirical formula is Na2 C O3 sodium carbonate

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