## How is P4O6 formed?

Preparation. It is obtained by the combustion of phosphorus in a limited supply of air at low temperature. By-products include red phosphorus suboxide.

**What is the name of P4O6?**

Phosphorus trioxide

Phosphorus trioxide is the chemical compound with the molecular formula P4O6. Although the molecular formula suggests the name tetraphosphorus hexoxide, the name phosphorus trioxide preceded the knowledge of the compound’s molecular structure, and its usage continues today.

### What is the structural formula for P4O6?

PāOā

Phosphorus trioxide/Formula

**What is the empirical formula for P4O6?**

P2O3

The empirical formula for P4O6 is P2O3 .

#### What mass of P4O6 is produced?

You have to find the limiting reactant of P4O6 first. 5.77g/123.88g = 0.0466 mol P4. The ratio of P4 to P4O6 is 1:1 so 0.0466 mol P4O6 would be produced.

**What is the weight of p4o6 and p4o10?**

27.5 g, 35.5 g.

## How to find the equation of a circle?

Use the Distance Formula to find the equation of the circle. Substitute ( x 1, y 1) = ( h, k), ( x 2, y 2) = ( x, y) and d = r . Square each side. The equation of a circle with center ( h, k) and radius r units is ( x ā h) 2 + ( y ā k) 2 = r 2 .

**Which is the standard form for the equation of a circle?**

which is called the standard form for the equation of a circle. Equation of a Circle in General Form The general equation of any type of circle is represented by: x2 + y2 + 2gx + 2fy + c = 0, for all values of g, f and c.

### Can a parametric equation be used to draw a circle?

A parameter values are not plotted on an axis. This form of defining a circle is very useful in computer algorithms that draw circles and ellipses. In fact, all the circles and ellipses in the applets on this site are drawn using this equation form. For more on this see An Algorithm for Drawing Circles .

**What is the equation of a closed curve?**

What is the Equation of a Circle? A circle is a closed curve that is drawn from the fixed point called the centre, in which all the points on the curve are having the same distance from the centre point of the centre. The equation of circle with (h,k) center and r radius is given by: (x-h)2 + (y-k)2 = r2