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AP Chemistry Problems, plz help...

you'llsee...you'llsee... Posts: 4,535Registered User Senior Member
edited November 2007 in AP Tests Preparation
Water is added to 4.267 grams of UF6. The only products are 3.730grams of a solid containg only uranium, oxygen, and fluroine and .970gram of a gas. The gas is 95% fluorine and the remainder is hydrogen.

Determine the empirical formula of the gas...

I know how to do these types of problems, but I don't know what the reaction described in the question produced...

H20 + UF6 >>> ??????

thank you :)
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Replies to: AP Chemistry Problems, plz help...

  • you'llsee...you'llsee... Posts: 4,535Registered User Senior Member
    lol...i'm such a dummy.....this problem is sooo freakin easy...i just didn't read it right....


    I guess we all have are "slow" days. lol

    completely ignore this thread, however, do feel free to ridicule my stupidity...:)
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