1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data a sample of gas compound is made up only of B and H weighing 0.596g occupies 484 mL at STP. *then burned in excess O2, it yields 1.17g of H2O and all of the boron is converted to B2O3 what is a) its empirical formula? b) its molecular weight? c) its molecular formula? d) the weight of B2O3 produced? 3. The attempt at a solution I kinda have an idea on how to solve this, i answered a) and b), which turns out to be 2BH2 and the molecular weight is 23.6378. Now, I know that the molecular formula is just the empirical formula times an integer, and that integer is usually the molecular weight of the compound divided by 23.6378. So i should be getting 0.596g/23.6378g? that doesnt seem right, did i do something wrong here?