# the measure of the number of atoms in one element that will combine with another atom of another element is what

valence

Explanation: hope this helps

## Related Questions

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Iodine-131 decays with a half-life of 8.02 d. in a sample initially containing 5.00 mg of 131i, what mass remains after 6.01 d

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where k = rate constant

k = 0.693/half life = 0.693/8.02 = 0.0864 day-1

Now, for 1st order reaction,
k =

Given: t = 6.01d, initial conc. = 5mg

∴0.0864 =
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A 48.0-g piece of metal is dropped into 50.0 mL of water in a graduated cylinder. The water level rises to 62.4 mL. What is the density of the metal?

calculation of the volume displaced in the cylinder:

Volume final - Volume initial

62.4 mL - 50.0 mL = 12.4 mL

Mass of metal = 48.0 g

Therefore:

D  = m / V

D = 48.0 / 12.4

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