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At temperatures above 930 degrees Celsius, lead oxide (PbO) reduces lead sulfide (PbS) to form metallic lead (Pb) and sulfur dioxide (SO2).

Write out the balanced chemical equation, using the smallest whole-number coefficients.

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    PbS+2PbO->3Pb+SO2

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