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Posted by jermain on Thursday, November 3, 2011 at 10:04pm.

a chemist wanted to make 100 grams of SO2. She had only 12 grams of sulfur and 4 grams of oxygen. Unfortunately, the amounts of reactants were not enough to make the desired product. How much S and O2 would she need in order to obtain the desired grams of product with no leftovers?
S + 02 = SO2 + NO LEFT OVER

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