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2C_656 H_1707 O_756 N_11 S+2823/2 (O_2+3.76N_(2 ) )→1312〖CO〗_2+1707H_2 O+10636.48 N_2+2〖SO〗_2

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  1. You don't have a question here. And you can make your post much simpler if you don't write the underscore marks. We know C656H1707O756N11S where the subscripts are.

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