A compound "X" is composed of 58.77% C, 13.81% H, and 27.42% N, by mass, and has a molar mass close to 100 g/mol. Use this information to write a balanced chemical equation for the combustion of the compound X, assuming that this reaction produces only CO2, H2O, and N2.
Mass of C present in the compound = 0.5877*100 = 58.77 g
Molar weight of one atom of C = 12 grams
Therefore, number of Carbon atoms present = 58.77/12 = 4.8975
Mass of H present in the ...
The solution provides a detailed explanation of how to use given information to write a balanced chemical equation for the combustion of the compound X.