Problem: A sample of LSD (D-lysergic acid diethylamide, C24H30N3O) is added to some table salt (sodium chloride) to form a mixture. Given that a 1.00-g sample of the mixture undergoes combustion to produce 1.20 g of CO2, what is the mass percentage of LSD in the mixture?

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A sample of LSD (D-lysergic acid diethylamide, C24H30N3O) is added to some table salt (sodium chloride) to form a mixture. Given that a 1.00-g sample of the mixture undergoes combustion to produce 1.20 g of CO2, what is the mass percentage of LSD in the mixture?

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