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The chemical formula for disulfur monoxide is: A. S2O B. 2SO C. SO2 D. 2S2O
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Which one of these is the accepted name for the compound N2O5? A. dinitrogen oxide B. nitrogen pentaoxide C. dinitrogen pentoxide D. dinitrogen pentaoxide
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The chemical compound K2CO3 is POTASSIUM CARBONATE.
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NaBr is sodium bromide.
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The atomic number of an element is the total number of which atomic particles? A. neutrons B. protons C. electrons D. protons, electrons, and neutrons
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Atomic number is the number of B) Protons in the nucleus of an atom.
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