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Homework Help: general chemistry

Posted by StressedStudent on Wednesday, February 6, 2013 at 3:44am.

A 1.24g sample of a hydrocarbon, when completely burned in excess of O2(g), yields 4.04g CO2 and 1.24g H20. Determine the empirical formula.

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