# Chlorine (Cl) and Oxygen (O) form four different binary compounds. Analysis gives the following results: Compound                                                            Mass of O combined with 1.0 g cl        A                                                                               0.226g        B                                                                               0.903g        C                                                                               1.354g        D                                                                               1. 579g Compound A has a formula that is some multiple of Cl2O, then which of the following is incorrectly said?  (a) Compound B is Cl2O5 (or cl4O10, or cl6O15,­ and so forth). (b) Compound C is Cl2O6 (or ClO3 or cl3O9, and so forth). (c) Compound D is Cl2 O7(or a multiple there of) (d) The above data show the law of multiple proportions holds for these compounds

## Question ID - 152928 :- Chlorine (Cl) and Oxygen (O) form four different binary compounds. Analysis gives the following results: Compound                                                            Mass of O combined with 1.0 g cl        A                                                                               0.226g        B                                                                               0.903g        C                                                                               1.354g        D                                                                               1. 579g Compound A has a formula that is some multiple of Cl2O, then which of the following is incorrectly said?  (a) Compound B is Cl2O5 (or cl4O10, or cl6O15,­ and so forth). (b) Compound C is Cl2O6 (or ClO3 or cl3O9, and so forth). (c) Compound D is Cl2 O7(or a multiple there of) (d) The above data show the law of multiple proportions holds for these compounds

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Compound B is Cl2O5 (or cl4O10, or cl6O15,­ and so forth).

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