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Compounds, but not elements, can have a variable composition. 26 Indicate whether each of the following statements is true or false a. Compounds can be separated into their constituent elements by chemical means. b. Elements can be separated into their constituent compounds by physical means. c. A compound must contain at least two elements. d. A compound is a physical mixture of different elements. 27 Indicate whether each of the following statements about elements is true or false. a. Elements that do not occur in nature have to be produced in a laboratory setting.
Co d. CoCl2 a. LiClO3 e. COCl2 f. BN g. S8 h. Sn Copyright 2007 Cengage Learning, Inc. All Rights Reserved. May not be copied, scanned, or duplicated, in whole or in part. 46 On the basis of its formula, classify each of the following substances as an element or a compound. a. BaO b. Ba c. BaO2 e. O3 f. O2 g. Pm d. OF2 h. 47 Write a formula for each of the following substances by using the information given about a molecule of the substance. a. A molecule of caffeine contains 8 atoms of carbon, 10 atoms of hydrogen, 4 atoms of nitrogen, and 2 atoms of oxygen.
D. Substance D readily reacts with the element chlorine. 23 From the information given in the following equations, classify each of the pure substances A through G as elements or compounds, or indicate that no such classification is possible because of insufficient information. a. A ϩ B : C b. 24 From the information given in the following equations, classify each of the pure substances A through G as elements or compounds, or indicate that no such classification is possible because of insufficient information.