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camboy23

  • one year ago

According to the law of conservation of mass, if an element A has an atomic mass of 2 mass units and element B has an atomic mass of 3 mass units, what mass would be expected for compound AB? for compound A2B3?

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  1. Kaitlynn8
    • one year ago
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    For compound AB, you would expect the mass to be 5 because of the law of conservation of mass. For A2B3, you would expect the mass to be 13 because of the same reason.

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