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March 3, 2015

Homework Help: Chemistry

Posted by Yukiko on Friday, August 29, 2008 at 2:25am.

I don't understand this question?

What is the maximum amount in grams of SO3 that can be produced by the reaction 1.0 g of S with 1.0 g of O2

EQUATION: 2 S(s) +3 O2(g)--->2 SO3(g)

The choices are:
A) 3.8
B) 2.5
C) 0.27
D) 1.7

Shouldn't it be 2.0, or am I forgetting to do something
Thanks!

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