If 2 grams of element X combine with 4 grams of element Y to form compound XY, how many grams of element Y would combine with 14 grams of X to form the same compound?
A. 7 grams
B. 14 grams
C. 21 grams
D. 28 grams

Q: If 2 grams of element X combine with 4 grams of element Y to form compound XY, how many grams of element Y would combine with 14 grams of X to form the same compound?
A. 7 grams
B. 14 grams
C.

If 2 grams of element X combine with 4 grams of element Y to form compound XY, how many grams of element Y would combine with 14 grams of X to form the same compound? A. 7 grams B. 14 grams C. 21 grams D. 28 grams

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User: If 2 grams of element X combine with 4 grams of element Y to form compound XY, how many grams of element Y would combine with 14 grams of X to form the same compound?
A. 7 grams
B. 14 grams
C. 21 grams
D. 28 grams

Weegy: Answer: D. 28 grams danasalters|Points 320|

User: According to John Dalton’s observations, when elements combine in a compound,
A. the ratio of their masses is always the same.
B. each element contributes an equal number of atoms.
C. their volumes are always equal.
D. their masses are always equal.

Weegy: A. the ratio of their masses is always the same. Expert answered|Controler|Points 1621|

Sublimation in chemistry is the transition of a substance directly from the solid to the gas phase without passing through an intermediate liquid phase.

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