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A compound contains 43.30% carbon atoms, 3.61% hydrogen atoms, and 9.79% fluorine atoms by mass. Each molecule of this compound contains one fluorine atom. The total number of carbon, hydrogen, and fluorine atoms in one molecule of this compound is

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