posted by Renate on .
2 SO2 + O2 --> 2 SO3
What happens to the total volume when 3L of SO2 react with 2L of O2 to form the max. amount of SO3 possible?
How much SO3 can form if all of the SO2 is used?
How much SO3 can form if all of the O2 is used?
So which is the limiting reagent and which reactant will be in excess?\
The correct answer is that ????? L SO3 will be formed and ????L of ???? (the limiting reagent) will remain.
You might be screwed, very difficult question but the answer might be C