Problem: Palladium forms three different compounds with sulfur. The mass of sulfur per gram of palladium in each compound is listed below: Show that these masses are consistent with the law of multiple proportions. 

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Palladium forms three different compounds with sulfur. The mass of sulfur per gram of palladium in each compound is listed below: 

Show that these masses are consistent with the law of multiple proportions. 

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