Complete combustion of 11.95 g of a particular hydrocarbon yielded 35.78 g of CO2and 19.53 g of H2O. What is the empirical formula of this
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Complete combustion of 11.95 g of a particular hydrocarbon yielded 35.78 g of CO2 and 19.53 g of H2O. What is the

empirical formula of this hydrocarbon? (Enter your answer in the spaces below.)

Note: A hydrocarbon is a compound containing only carbon and hydrogen.

 

Molar masses (in g mol −1):

H, 1.008C, 12.01O, 16.00

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