2 g of hydrogen combine with 16 g of oxygen to form water and with 6 g of carbon to form methane. In carbon dioxide 12 g of carbon are combined with 32 g of oxygen. These figures illustrate the law of

Question: 2 g of hydrogen combine with 16 g of oxygen to form water and with 6 g of carbon to form methane. In carbon dioxide 12 g of carbon are combined with 32 g of oxygen. These figures illustrate the law of

(a) Multiple proportions

(b) Constant proportions

(c) Reciprocal proportions

(d) Conservation of mass


Correct Answer: (c) Reciprocal proportions


Question: 2 g of hydrogen combine with 16 g of oxygen to form water and with 6 g of carbon to form methane. In carbon dioxide 12 g of carbon are combined with 32 g of oxygen. These figures illustrate the law of (a) Multiple proportions (b) Constant proportions (c) Reciprocal proportions (d) Conservation of mass


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