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Mathplayer223:

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Mathplayer223:

Mathplayer223:

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Vocaloid:

Assume you have 100g of the substance ---> 74.9g Carbon, 25.2g Hydrogen Divide by the molar mass Divide each molar quantity by the smaller molar quantity If you get ~ whole numbers, that's your ratio. If not, multiply by a fraction to convert them to whole numbers.

Mathplayer223:

is the answer C4H? @vocaloid

Vocaloid:

74.9g Carbon = 6.24 moles C 25.2g Hydrogen = 25.00 moles H dividing 6.24 moles C/6.24 = 1 mol C 25.00 / 6.24 = 4 moles H CH4, not C4H

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