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Posted by pat on Thursday, September 27, 2007 at 9:36am.

WHEN A 50.0g SAMPLE OF AN ELEMENT COMBINES COMPLETELY WITH ANOTHER ELEMENT TO MAKE 78.4g OF A COMPOUND. WHAT MASS OF THE SECOND ELEMENT REACTED? HOW TO i SOLVE THIS PROBLEM?

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