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Density of water vapour at room temp. and 1 atm. pressure is given to be .737 g/L.Compound A is 80.0% carbon by mass and 20% hydrogen.Compund B is 83.3% carbon by mass and 16.7% hydrogen.Density of gaseous Compound A is 1.227 g/L,and the density of Compound B is 2.948 g/L.Show how these data can be used to calculate the molar massess of Compound A and Compund B assuming that the molar mass of water is 18.

Density of water vapour at room temp. and 1 atm. pressure is given to be .737 g/L.Compound A is 80.0% carbon by mass and 20% hydrogen.Compund B is 83.3% carbon by mass and 16.7% hydrogen.Density of gaseous Compound A is 1.227 g/L,and the density of Compound B is 2.948 g/L.Show how these data can be used to calculate the molar massess of Compound A and Compund B assuming that the molar mass of water is 18.

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Saurabh Koranglekar
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9 months ago

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