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 2 years ago
For the following unbalanced reaction at 0.800 atm and 32.0°C:
MoS2(s) + O2(g) → MoO3(s) + SO2(g)
What volume of oxygen gas (in L) would be needed to react with 49.3 g of MoS2?
Report your answer to two decimal places and do not include units.
To enter a number in scientific notation, such as 1.5x104, use the following notation: 1.5E4.
 2 years ago
For the following unbalanced reaction at 0.800 atm and 32.0°C: MoS2(s) + O2(g) → MoO3(s) + SO2(g) What volume of oxygen gas (in L) would be needed to react with 49.3 g of MoS2? Report your answer to two decimal places and do not include units. To enter a number in scientific notation, such as 1.5x104, use the following notation: 1.5E4.

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