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? ZnS+?O2 !? ZnO+? SO2 ,
what is the maximum amount of ZnO
(81.4084 g/mol) which could be formed from
12.85 g of ZnS (97.474 g/mol) and 15.91 g of
O2 (31.9988 g/mol)?
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