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AP Chemistry - cyclohexane

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2. Consider the molecule cyclohexane, which contains only hydrogen and carbon atoms.

a) When a sample is burned in oxygen, 4.822 g of CO(2) and 1.650g of H(2)O are obtained. What is its simplest formula?

b) Calculate the mass percent of carbon and hydrogen in cyclohexene.

c) How many grams of carbon would you obtain from 3.87g of sample?

d) The molar mass of cyclohexane is 82.10g/mol. What is its molecular formula?

e) Write and balance the equation for the reaction between liquid cyclohexane and oxygen forming carbon dioxide.

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Solution Summary

This solution addresses 5 AP chemistry questions and includes information on mass percent of hydrogren in cyclohexene, carbon, the molar mass of cyclohexane and the reaction between liquid cyclohexane and oxygen.