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According to the following reaction, how many moles of oxygen gas are necessary to form 0.543 moles water?

hydrogen sulfide (g) + oxygen (g) water (l) + sulfur dioxide (g)

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    2H2S+ 3O2 >> 2H2O+ 2SO2

    so you need 3/2 moles*.543

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