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The vapour of a hydrocarbon is 2.47 times heavier than that of oxygen. What is it`s molecular weight?

The vapour of a hydrocarbon is 2.47 times heavier than that of oxygen. What is it`s molecular weight?

Grade:11

1 Answers

Vikas TU
14149 Points
4 years ago
From the given data:
as we know,
         The molecular weight of Oxygen is known to be 32 g/mol
Since the molecular weight of the hydrocarbon is 2.47 times heaver that that of oxygen then molecular of compound is 2.47 *32 = 79.04 g/mol

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