hey guys i was outta skool today but i still wanna get my hw done so i can just sit around tommorrow so if anyone could answer these theyd get sum cookies

In what type of ratios do atoms combine to form compounds?

how many copper atoms would you have to line up to form compounds?

Then a problem that u answer with sometimes true, always true, or never true,

Atoms combine in one to one ratios to form compounds (kinda answers above question if its always true)

thanks guys
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Quote by nt1440
In what type of ratios do atoms combine to form compounds?
Small whole number ratios.
how many copper atoms would you have to line up to form compounds?

Then a problem that u answer with sometimes true, always true, or never true,

Atoms combine in one to one ratios to form compounds (kinda answers above question if its always true)
Sometimes true.

thanks guys

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Your questions don't make a whole lot of sense...for copper you can have as little as one atom to make a compound, like CuSO4...otherwise dirge's answers are as accurate as you can really get...your teacher is pretty much an idiot
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Atoms combine in lots of different ratios.
OH = 1:1
Fe2O3 = 2:3
etc.
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Quote by pavel
Your questions don't make a whole lot of sense...for copper you can have as little as one atom to make a compound, like CuSO4...otherwise dirge's answers are as accurate as you can really get...your teacher is pretty much an idiot

not my questions there from a worksheet from a book. and yes the teacher is pretty much an idiot, but its not her fault, shes old and senile
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Atoms combine in lots of different ratios.
OH = 1:1
Fe2O3 = 2:3
etc.

looks from ur answer that there always whole number ratios tho?
Whole number ratio's (I'd leave small out. morphine has 19 carbon in it afterall)

Second question is dumb. the answer he's looking for is probably 2 though, being that Cu2 would be a compound.

sometimes true

AP chem makes me cry
Cu2 is not a compound...its a pure substance
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