CHEM - 19.55 g of stuff(lead sulfite-We won’t use all the lead/sulfur Products 11.55 g of lead sulfide and 8 g of lead 10 g of lead and 3 g

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Challenge Assumptions! No evidence for atoms. However, we do have evidence for elements. Mass is conserved. Observations of Mass We have a sample of 100.0 g of copper carbonate of: - 51.5 g copper - 9.7 g carbon - 38.8 g oxygen Observation: Copper carbonate always has the same proportions. Conclusion: Law of definite proportions 18 g of lead and 1.55 g sulfur Hypothesize: -
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Unformatted text preview: 19.55 g of stuff (lead sulfite)-We won’t use all the lead /sulfur. Products: 11.55 g of lead sulfide and 8 g of lead 10 g of lead and 3 g sulfur Products: 11.55 g of lead of lead sulfide and 1.45 g of sulfur 1 g N 2.28 g O 1 g N 1.14 g O 1 g N 0.57 g O Proof of atoms Law of multiple proportions CuCO3 Cu = 63.54 C = 12.01 O = 16.00 x 3 = 48.00...
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CHEM - 19.55 g of stuff(lead sulfite-We won’t use all the lead/sulfur Products 11.55 g of lead sulfide and 8 g of lead 10 g of lead and 3 g

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