Problem: Which is the correct match of person and the law: when two elements form a series of compounds, the masses of the one element that combine with a fixed mass of the other element stand to one another in the ratio of small whole numbers. A. Democratus, atomic law B. Lavosier, law of conservation of mass C. Berthollet, law of definite proportions D. Dalton, law of multiple proportions E. Avagadro, law of moles

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Which is the correct match of person and the law: when two elements form a series of compounds, the masses of the one element that combine with a fixed mass of the other element stand to one another in the ratio of small whole numbers.

A. Democratus, atomic law

B. Lavosier, law of conservation of mass

C. Berthollet, law of definite proportions

D. Dalton, law of multiple proportions

E. Avagadro, law of moles

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