We’re being asked to determine the value of n (empirical unit) when the empirical formula is C3H5 and the molecular mass is 205.4 g/mol.
An empirical formula is the simplest ratio of whole numbers of components in a compound.
We have to compute for molar mass of our empirical formula C3H5:
What is the value of n when the empirical formula is C 3H5 and the molecular mass is 205.4 g/mol?
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