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in reaction S + O2 -> SO2, determine percent yield if 4 grams of S produced 64 gram of SO2

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    mols S = 4/atomic mass S.
    Convert mols S to mols SO2.
    Convert mols SO2 to g SO2 by g = mols x molar mass. This is the theoretical yield.Then
    %yield = (actual yield/theor yield)*100 = ?

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