Nicotine, the stimulant in tobacco, causes a very complex set of physiological effects in the body. It is know?

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Nicotine, the stimulant in tobacco, causes a
very complex set of physiological effects in the
body. It is known to have a molar mass of 162
g/mol. When a sample of mass 0.385 g was
burned, 1.072 g of carbon dioxide, 0.307 g of
water, and 0.068 g of nitrogen were produced.
What is the empirical formula of nicotine?
1. C5H3N3
2. C3H8N4
3. C5H7N
4. C10H13N
5. C9H8N
6. C7H7N5
7. C6H7N2

What is the coefficient of H2O in the balanced
equation for nicotine
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