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Mass Ratio Calculation

The mass ratio of an element discusses the mass of an element in combination with another element. Learn these important chemistry building blocks.

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Mass Ratio Calculation

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Mass ratio is the ratio of the mass of one element in a compound to the mass of another element in that same compound.

The law of multiple proportions was derived from mass ratios. Explain how.

Why aren't mass ratios always in small whole-number ratios like with ratios based on the law of multiple proportions?

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