Consider 100 0 g samples of two different compounds consisting only
Consider 100.0 g samples of two different compounds consisting only of carbon and oxygen. One compound contains 27.2 g of carbon, and the other has 42.9 g of carbon. How can these data support the law of multiple proportions if 42.9 is not a multiple of 27.2? Show that these data support the law of multiple proportions.
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