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Post  Ironhand on Sat Nov 23, 2013 1:08 pm

A 38.40mg sample of an organic acid composed of just carbon, oxygen and hydrogen was burned in pure oxygen to give 37.54mg CO2 and 7.684mg H2O in a combustion analysis. In a separate experiment, the molecular mass was determined to be 90. In a titration, 40.2mg of the acid dissolved in 50mL of water required 14.28mL of 0.0625M NaOH for complete neutralization. Use these data to draw a reasonable Lewis structure for the compound.


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