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Homework Help: molecular formula

Posted by dory on Sunday, January 28, 2007 at 1:35pm.

a gas contains 51.7% sulfur & 51.6 percent oxygen. in a sample of gas, there is .620 g. v= 292 ml. p=806 torr. t= 378 K. what is the molecular formula.

how does the % sufur & oxygen tie into all this?

51.7% S and 51.6% O gives me more than 100.0%. OOps.

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