On reduction with hydrogen, 3.6 g of an oxide of metal left 3.2 g of metal. If the vapour density of metal is 32, the simplest formula of the oxide would be [DPMT 2004]

Question: On reduction with hydrogen, 3.6 g of an oxide of metal left 3.2 g of metal. If the vapour density of metal is 32, the simplest formula of the oxide would be [DPMT 2004]

(a) MO

(b) M₂O

(c) MO

(d) MO


Correct Answer: (d) MO


On reduction with hydrogen, 3.6 g of an oxide of metal left 3.2 g of metal. If the vapour density of metal is 32, the simplest formula of the oxide would be [DPMT 2004] (a) MO (b) M₂O₃ (c) M₂O (d) M₂O₅


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