# Problem: The density of citronellal, a mosquito repellant, is 1.45 g · L−1 at 365°C and 50.0 kPa. What is the molar mass of citronellal? 1. 95.7 g·mol−1 2. 88.0 g·mol−1 3. 154 g·mol−1 4. 73.2 g·mol−1 5. 37.5 g·mol−1

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The density of citronellal, a mosquito repellant, is 1.45 g · L−1 at 365°C and 50.0 kPa. What is the molar mass of citronellal?

1. 95.7 g·mol−1

2. 88.0 g·mol−1

3. 154 g·mol−1

4. 73.2 g·mol−1

5. 37.5 g·mol−1

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