Wednesday
April 1, 2015

Homework Help: Chemistry

Posted by Dylan on Saturday, February 16, 2013 at 1:12pm.

A compound of Tin Sulfate is decomposed in the lab to give 1.91g of Tin, 1.03 grams of Sulfur, and 2.06g Oxygen. Determine if this is a compound of Tin(II) Sulfate or Tin(IV) Sulfate.

Answer this Question

First Name:
School Subject:
Answer:

Related Questions

Chemistry Stoichiometry - 1. Tin and oxygen gas are reacted together to form Tin...
Chemistry - 1. Tin and oxygen gas are reacted together to form Tin (IV) oxide, ...
calculus - Use differentials to estimate the amount of tin in a closed tin can ...
Math (Word Problem into formula) - A chemist is studying the properties of a ...
Chemistry - A strip of zinc medal weighing 2.00 grams is placed in an aqueous ...
Chemistry - How do you find the ratio of moles of oxygen to moles of tin? What ...
chemistry - what is the net ionic equation for tin + copper 2 sulfate?
chemistry - sorry the first one didn't post properly Lab: Electrolytic Cells The...
chemistry - if 0.225 mol of tin combined with 0.450 mol sulfur, what is the ...
chemistry - Here is the full lab: Lab: Electrolytic Cells Purpose: The purpose ...

Members