1.520 G Of Hydroxide Of A Metal On Ignition Gave 0.995 G Of Oxide. The Equivalent Weight Of The Metal Is 

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Question

1.520 g of hydroxide of a metal on ignition gave 0.995 g of oxide. The equivalent weight of the metal is 

Solution

Correct option is

9

 

                                 

or        

or  0.528 Em = 4.78  or Em = 9

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