Starting with elemental phosphorus, P4, show how you would prepare phosphoric acid.
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Chemistry 8/22-8/24 [Module 1.1]: o Matter: Anything that takes up space and has mass. o Law of Conservation of Matter: The total quality of matter will not change when a substance switches from one type of matter to another (chemical) or switches states (physical). o Atom: Smallest component of an element, that still identifies as the named element. o Molecule: Two or more atoms joined by chemical bonds. o Pure substance: Has constant composition & properties). All units classified are made up of a single molecule. o (Ex. Water. 2 O. Is only composed of water molecules) [composition] (All water has the same boiling point/freezing point) [properties] Elements: Pure substances that cannot be broken down in a simpler subs
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