Friday
April 18, 2014

Homework Help: Chemistry

Posted by Qindan on Monday, April 22, 2013 at 2:37pm.

Lead can be extracted from lead(II) sulfide, PbS, in two stages.
Stage 1: Lead(II) sulfide is heated in air. It reacts with oxygen to produce lead(II) oxide and sulfur dioxide.
Stage 2: The Lead(II) oxide is then heated in a blast furnace with coke.

(a) Write a chemical equation for the reaction in Stage 1.

Answer this Question

First Name:
School Subject:
Answer:

Related Questions

chem - precipitation problems - When hydroge sulfide gas is passed through a ...
chemistry - write a balanced chem equation for solid lead (II) sulfide reacts ...
chemistry - what is the concentration of lead ions and sulfide ions in a ...
chemistry - what is the concentration of lead ions and sulfide ions in a ...
chemistry - J. J. Berzelius collected the following data for three reactions: ...
chemistry - A researcher found that 11.56 g of lead sulfide, PbS, were formed ...
Chemistry - The following equilibrium was studied by analyzing the equilibrium ...
science - At temperatures above 930 degrees Celsius, lead oxide (PbO) reduces ...
chemistry - A mixture contained zinc sulfide, ZnS, and lead sulfide, PbS. A ...
Chemistry - HELP!!! At temperatures above 930 ∘C, PbO reduces PbS to form...

Search
Members