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A compound of molar mass 166 contains only carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and bromine. Analysis shows that a sample of the compound contains six times as much carbon as hydrogen, by mass.
Calculate the molecular formula of the compound.
Express your answer as a chemical formula. Enter the elements in the order: C, H, O, Br.
A compound of molar mass 166 contains only carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and bromine. Analysis shows that...
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