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3. Another volatile liquid was used in a similar experiment. A student found that 0.32 g of vapor had a volume of 152ml at 100 celsius and 1 atm. What was the molar mass of this gas?
4. The empirical formula of the unknown gas in question 3 is CH4O. What is the molecular formula of this compound.

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