1,000 Grams Of Lead Combine With 77 Grams Of Oxygen To Produce 1,077 Grams Of Yellow Lead Oxide With Nothing Left Over.This Is An Example Of Which Law?


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Unfortunately due to this being a typical homework question it is not really appropriate to just simply give you the answer. It will not be beneficial to your development and is not really fair on other students who put a lot of effort into coming up with the answer.

However advice can certainly be given on what you should do to try and find the answer.

When tackling any homework question you should try the following:

· Look in course textbooks or do further reading

Nearly all subjects have accompanying textbooks that help give a summary of a lot of what is taught in the lessons. Therefore it is always worth reading through your science textbooks to see if you can find which chemical law this could be. You may also want to use your school or college's library to aid your research. You will find lots of science books and this could lead you to some great background to your eventual answer.

· Go over lesson notes and past lecture slide-shows

You will find that homework is usually a way of recapping what was taught in lesson or lecture time and so you may find a very similar example has already been used. Therefore it is always worth having a look back over any notes you made during the lessons. A lot of lectures are now done by powerpoint and the slideshow is then uploaded onto the school computers for students to access. If this is the case with your subject then it is worth flicking back through the slide-shows.

· Don't be afraid to ask for help

You cannot be expected to know everything and so if you are struggling with a certain question such as this then it is advised that you ask for help from your teacher. You may feel a little embarrassed but it will be worth it if it helps you understand as it will be too late to ask for help once you are in an exam.

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