Sodium reacts with oxygen in air to form two compounds:
sodium oxide and sodium peroxide. In forming sodium oxide,
23.0 g of sodium combines with 8.0 g of hydrogen. In forming
sodium peroxide, 23.0 g of sodium combines with 16.0 g
of oxygen. (b) What fundamental law does this experiment
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