Question: A metal burns in air at 600oC under high pressure
A metal burns in air at 600oC under high pressure to form an oxide with formula MO2. This compound is 23.72% oxygen by mass. The distance between the centers of touching atoms in a cubic closest packed crystal of this metal is 269.0 pm. What is this metal? What is its density?
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