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If the empirical formula of a compound is CH2 and its molar mass is 70.0, then what is its molecular formula?

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  1. empirical mass is ... C + 2 H = 14

    70 / 14 = 5 ... this is the multiplier for empirical to molar

    5 (CH2) ---> C5H10

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