A certain metal hydroxide, M(OH)2, contains 32.8% oxygen by mass. What is the identity of the metal M?
O = 16.00 g x2
H = 1.008 g x2
The Attempt at a Solution
I thought that 1g = 1% of the mass because there are 32g of O and it composed of 32.8% of O. So then I thought it would be around 2% of H. Then I added 32.8% + 2% and subtracted it from 100%. This was supposely my answer. I thought it was Zinc and it was wrong.