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determine the mass (g) of SO2 that is produced byt the reaction of 15g of CS2 according to the following equation:
CS2 + 3O2 = CO2 + 2SO2

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    convert 15g CS2 to moles
    each mole of CS2 produces 2 moles of SO2
    now convert those moles back to g of SO2

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