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Review I Constants I Periodic TableYou may want to reference (Pages 186 - 191) Section 4.11 whilecompleting this problem.Part AUpon combustion, a compound containing only carbon and hydrogen produces 1.67 g CO2 and 1.02 g H2O. Find the empirical formula of the compound.Express your answer as an empirical formula.ΑΣφ?ERequest AnswerSubmit

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Review I Constants I Periodic Table
You may want to reference (Pages 186 - 191) Section 4.11 while
completing this problem.
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Upon combustion, a compound containing only carbon and hydrogen produces 1.67 g CO2 and 1.02 g H2O. Find the empirical formula of the compound.
Express your answer as an empirical formula.
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Review I Constants I Periodic Table You may want to reference (Pages 186 - 191) Section 4.11 while completing this problem. Part A Upon combustion, a compound containing only carbon and hydrogen produces 1.67 g CO2 and 1.02 g H2O. Find the empirical formula of the compound. Express your answer as an empirical formula. ΑΣφ ? E Request Answer Submit

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The number of moles of carbon and ...

1molC
1.67gxmolCO
-0.040molC
44.01g moCo
1.02 molH,0 2H -0.113molH
18.02g H2O
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1molC 1.67gxmolCO -0.040molC 44.01g moCo 1.02 molH,0 2H -0.113molH 18.02g H2O

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