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Elements A and B combine to form two different compounds as :0.3 g of A + 0.4 g of B

Elements A and B combine to form two different compounds as :0.3 g of A + 0.4 g of B
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Elements A and B combine to form two different compounds as :
0.3 g of A + 0.4 g of B ⎯⎯→ 0.7 g of compound X
18 g of A + 48 g of B ⎯⎯→ 66 g of compound Y.
Show that the data illustrate the law of multiple
proportions.

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