If a certain oxide of nitrogen weighing 0.11 g gives 56ml of nitrogen and another oxide of nitrogen weighing 0.15 g gives the same volume of nitrogen (bothe at STP) , show that these results support the law of multiple proportions.
Asked by Balbir | 9th May, 2016, 09:18: PM
Answered by Prachi Sawant | 10th May, 2016, 11:40: AM
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