Problem: What is the molecular formula of a compound that contains 39.0% carbon, 16.0% hydrogen, and 45.0% nitrogen, if 0.1576 g of the compound occupies 125 mL with a pressure of 0.9820 atm at 295.15 K?a) CH3Nb) CH5Nc) C2H3N2d) C2H5N2e) CHN

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What is the molecular formula of a compound that contains 39.0% carbon, 16.0% hydrogen, and 45.0% nitrogen, if 0.1576 g of the compound occupies 125 mL with a pressure of 0.9820 atm at 295.15 K?

a) CH3N

b) CH5N

c) C2H3N2

d) C2H5N2

e) CHN

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