Problem: Combustion analysis of a 13.42-g sample of equilin (which contains only carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen) produced 39.61 g CO2 and 9.01 g H2 O. The molar mass of equilin is 268.34 g/mol .Find the molecular formula for equilin.

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Combustion analysis of a 13.42-g sample of equilin (which contains only carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen) produced 39.61 g CO2 and 9.01 g H2 O. The molar mass of equilin is 268.34 g/mol .

Find the molecular formula for equilin.

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