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1 Empirical & Molecular Formulas Worksheet Key

2 1. A compound used in fluoroscopy to obtain images of internal organs in the human body contains 1.67g of cerium, Ce, and 4.54g of iodine, I. What is the empirical formula of this compound?

3 2. Methylpropene is used in the production of synthetic rubber. Calculate the empirical formula of this compound that contains 0.556g of carbon, C, and 0.0933g of hydrogen, H.

4 3. Benzoic acid is a compound used as a food preservative. It contains 68.8%C, 4.95%H, and 26.2%O by mass. What is the empirical formula of this compound?

5 4. Freon is a gaseous compound used in refrigeration and air conditioning systems. It contains 9.93% carbon, 58.6% chlorine, and 31.4% fluorine by mass. Find the empirical formula of Freon?

6 5. Dichloroacetic acid is corrosive to the skin and has been used to remove blemishes. What is the molecular formula of dichloroacetic acid, if the empirical formula is CHOCl and the molecular mass is 129 amu? S

7 6. What is the molecular formula of cyanuric chloride, a compound used in the production of some dyes, if the empirical formula if CClN and the molecular mass is 184.5 amu.

8 7. Ascorbic acid, also known as vitamin C, has a percentage composition of 40.9% carbon, 4.58% hydrogen, and 54.5% oxygen. What is the molecular formula of ascorbic acid given that it has a molecular mass of 176.1 amu?

9 8. Aspirin contains 60.0% carbon, 4.48% hydrogen, and 35.5% oxygen. It has a molecular mass of 180.0 amu. What is the molecular formula of aspirin?


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