Suppose we have a compound containing the elements, C, H, and S.96 mg sample of this compound is burned in oxygen and found to form 16.65 mg of CO2….

. Suppose we have a compound containing the elements, C, H, and S. A 7.96 mg sample of this compound is burned in oxygen and found to form 16.65 mg of CO2. The sulfur in 4.31 mg of the compound is converted into sulfate by a series of reactions, and precipitated as BaSO4. The BaSO4 was found to have a mass of 11.96 mg. The molecular weight of the compound was found to be 168 g/mol. Using this data, what is the molecular formula of the compound?