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Posted by chris on Wednesday, November 28, 2012 at 11:39am.

Naphthalene, commonly known as moth balls, is composed of 93.7% carbon and 6.3% hydrogen.
determine the empirical for naphthalene.
molecular formula for Naphthalene. Determine the number of empirical formulas you would need to make a full naphthalene molecule.

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