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Carbon disulfide is produced by the reaction of carbon and sulfur dioxide.
5C(s) +2 SO2(g) ---------> CS2(g) + 4CO(g)
How many moles of CO would be made if you started with 10 moles of C?

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    calculate the volume of sulfur dioxide produced when 27.9 mL O2 reacts with carbon disulfide to produce carbon dioxide and sulfur dioxide at STP

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    0.00186 L of SO2

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