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Solution 333065

Submitted on 12 Oct 2013 by Yalong Liu

Correct

29Size
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Test Suite

Test
Code Input and Output
1
Pass
 
%%
eqn='CH4';
mass=atomic_wt(eqn)
assert(isequal(mass,16))
t =
    12     1    16    14    32
y =
CHHHH
ans =
     []
mass =
    16
2
Pass
 
%%
eqn='O2';
mass=atomic_wt(eqn)
assert(isequal(mass,32))
t =
    12     1    16    14    32
y =
OO
ans =
     []
mass =
    32
3
Pass
 
%%
eqn='CO2';
mass=atomic_wt(eqn)
assert(isequal(mass,44))
t =
    12     1    16    14    32
y =
COO
ans =
     []
mass =
    44
4
Pass
 
%%
eqn='C2H6';
mass=atomic_wt(eqn)
assert(isequal(mass,30))
t =
    12     1    16    14    32
y =
CCHHHHHH
ans =
     []
mass =
    30
5
Pass
 
%%
eqn='H2SO4'; % 98
mass=atomic_wt(eqn)
assert(isequal(mass,98))
t =
    12     1    16    14    32
y =
HHSOOOO
ans =
     []
mass =
    98
6
Pass
 
%%
eqn='SO4'; % 96
mass=atomic_wt(eqn)
assert(isequal(mass,96))
t =
    12     1    16    14    32
y =
SOOOO
ans =
     []
mass =
    96
7
Pass
 
%%
eqn='NO2'; % 46
mass=atomic_wt(eqn)
assert(isequal(mass,46))
t =
    12     1    16    14    32
y =
NOO
ans =
     []
mass =
    46
8
Pass
 
%%
eqn='NO'; % 30
mass=atomic_wt(eqn)
assert(isequal(mass,30))
t =
    12     1    16    14    32
y =
NO
ans =
     []
mass =
    30