Sofia8.50g of a certain Compound X, known to be made of carbon, hydrogen and perhaps oxygen, and to have a molecular molar mass of 136. g/mol, is burnedcompletely in excess oxygen, and the mass of the products carefully measured:productmasscarbon dioxide22.01 g4.50 gwaterdoUse this information to find the molecular formula of X.ArPrivcyTerms of LaeCheck2019 McGraw-Hill Education All Rights Reserved7:09 PM12/4/2019Explanation99+O Type here to searchhpandC ిprt schofe 144f8f7f6 1015lockbackspacef4&8.eschome00%24

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Sofia
8.50
g of a certain Compound X, known to be made of carbon, hydrogen and perhaps oxygen, and to have a molecular molar mass of 136. g/mol, is burned
completely in excess oxygen, and the mass of the products carefully measured:
product
mass
carbon dioxide
22.01 g
4.50 g
water
do
Use this information to find the molecular formula of X.
Ar
Privcy
Terms of Lae
Check
2019 McGraw-Hill Education All Rights Reserved
7:09 PM
12/4/2019
Explanation
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Sofia 8.50 g of a certain Compound X, known to be made of carbon, hydrogen and perhaps oxygen, and to have a molecular molar mass of 136. g/mol, is burned completely in excess oxygen, and the mass of the products carefully measured: product mass carbon dioxide 22.01 g 4.50 g water do Use this information to find the molecular formula of X. Ar Privcy Terms of Lae Check 2019 McGraw-Hill Education All Rights Reserved 7:09 PM 12/4/2019 Explanation 99+ O Type here to search hp and C ి prt sc ho fe 144 f8 f7 f6 10 15 lock backspace f4 & 8. esc home 00 %24

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