A 18.75 g sample of Mo2O3(s) is converted completely to another molybdenum oxide by adding oxygen.?
A 18.75 g sample of Mo2O3(s) is converted completely to another molybdenum oxide by adding oxygen. The new oxide has a mass of 20.00 g. Add subscripts below to correctly identify the empirical formula of the new oxide.
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