calculation of empirical and molecular formula, Chemical Engineering

An organic compound is found to contain 37.5% of C, 3.2% of H and 59.3% of F. The following pressure and volume data were obtained for 1.0g of this substance at 90 degrees celsius
Pressure(atm). Volume(l)
2.00 0.332
1.50 0.409
1.00. 0.564
0.50 1.028
What is the empirical formula of this compound?
Does this compound behave as an ideal gas?
What is the molecular formula of this compound?
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