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We are asked to find the formula for another binary compound of nitrogen with the ratio of O to N of 16:7. (The ratio of the mass of O to the mass of N in N2O3 is 12:7).
This means we need to do the following steps:
Step 1: Calculate the mass of N and O in the compound using the molecular formula N2O3.
Step 2: Get the multiplier used for N and O.
Step 3: Get the mass of the N and O in the new compound using the ratio 16:7 and the multiplier.
Step 4: Compute for the mol of N and O using their molar masses.
The ratio of the mass of O to the mass of N in N2O3 is 12:7. Another binary compound of nitrogen has a ratio of O to N of 16:7.
What is its formula?