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Posted by Shreya on Wednesday, January 25, 2012 at 12:19pm.

Elemental antiomony made by these reactions down below:

Sb2S3 + 5 O2 - > Sb2O4 + 3 SO2
Sb2O4 + 4 C - > 2 Sb + 4 CO

how many grams O2 needed to prepare 1.00g of Sb?

how many grams Sb formed when 84.9g of Sb2S3 and 39.0g of O2 r used in first reaction and product formed is used in second reaction?

i not understand these.

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