What Is the Lowest Ratio of Carbon to Hydrogen Atoms in a Molecule of C6h6?

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The ratio of carbon atoms to hydrogen atoms in a molecule of C6H6 is 6 to 6. The numbers after the symbol is the number of atoms of each element in the molecule. To simplify it, divide both by 6 to get 1:1.
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