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1-12 continued (b) 32.0 g C 12.0 g/mole 6.67 g H l.01 g±moLe = 2²67 moles C ³´34 moles ± 1.99 : 2 C 6.60 mOLeS H - 1±34 moLeS = 4²93 5 H Iµ´7 g N ² 1.34 mo¶es n ³ 1.·4 moles 1 N 1¸²0 g±mole ¸2.6 g a _ . ¹6²0 g±mo¶e º 2´66 mo¶es a ´ 1²99 ± 2 emp»r»cal foRmu¶a I c2Hs±02 i c:±² empir»ca¶ we»ght 75 mo¶ecu¶ar weight 75, same as the emp»Rica¶ we»ght C³´µ emp¼r»ca¶ foRmu¶a mo¶ecu¶ar foRmuLa ³ c²hSN02 (c) ·7²2 G C ² ·´½0 moles c µ ¹²55 mo¶es ² 2 C ¹2.¾ g/mo¶e (d) 7´7 ¿ g 7²67 mo¶es 1´55 mo¶es ¸²95 5 1.0¹ g/mole 55´0 g CI ³ 35 À 45 g/mo¶e º 1´55 moles Á¶  1.55 molEs º 1 CI emp»Ãca¶ formu¶a = I c2³scl i c:±² emp»rica¶ we»ghT ² 64.46 mo¶ecular we»ghT ² 64, same as the empirical weight C³´µ emp»Ãca¶ formu¶a = molecular formula = ± C2´sCI
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