Problem: In a 66.0-g aqueous solution of methanol, CH 4O, the mole fraction of methanol is 0.120. What is the mass of each component?a) Mass of CH4Ob) Mass of water

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1. Find the number of moles of CH4O and H2O from the mole fraction.

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In a 66.0-g aqueous solution of methanol, CH 4O, the mole fraction of methanol is 0.120. What is the mass of each component?

a) Mass of CH4O

b) Mass of water

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