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Samples of several compounds are decomposed, and the

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Problem 89P

Problem 89P

Samples of several compounds are decomposed, and the masses of their constituent elements are measured. Calculate the empirical formula for each compound.

(a) 1.245 g Ni, 5.381 g I

(b) 1.443 g Se, 5.841 g Br

(c) 2.128 g Be, 7.557 g S, 15.107 g O

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Solution 89P

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(a) 1.245 g Ni, 5.381 g I

Atomic weight of Ni =58.69 g/mol    , atomic weight of I= 126.90 g/mol

For Ni the number of moles = 1.245/58.69 = 0.0212131539

For I the number of moles = 5.381/ 126.90 = 0.0424034673

The empirical formula can be calculated  by divide both values with the lower value: 0.0212131539

Ni = 0.0212131539/0.0212131539 = 1

I    = 0.0424034673/0.0424034673 = 1.99

            Round to the nearest whole numbers to find the empirical formula: NiI2 

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