The equivalent masss of the metal is?, Chemistry

1 gm of a metallic oxide on reduction gives 0.68 gm of the metal.

ans) Mass of metal/mass of oxygen=eq. mass of metal/eq. mass of oxygen.

applying this we get

.68/.32=x/8

x=17 gm

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