The equation for the reaction between sulfur dioxide and oxygen to produce sulfur trioxide is 2 SO2 + O2 -> 2 SO3.
Magnesium burns in the presence of sulfur dioxide because, the oxygen in the sulfur dioxide is able to bond with magnesium and produce an oxide.
Sulfur dioxide is SO2, so there are 2 moles of oxygen for each mole of sulfur. In 25 moles of SO2, there are 25 moles of S, so there must be 50 moles of oxygen, or 25 moles of diatomic oxygen gas (O2).
No. Sulfur dioxide is sulfur and oxygen. Carbon dioxide is carbon and oxygen. They are two different substances.
Sulfur + Oxygen = Sulfur Dioxide
If I remember chemistry class correctly, it should produce 26.9 L of sulfur dioxide.
Sulfur+Oxygen= Sulfur Dioxide
Burning sulfur in oxygen produces sulfur dioxide.
sulfure trioxide decomposes into sulfur dioxide and oxygen
A sulfur dioxide has one sulfur atom and two oxygen atoms. Therefore, considering a mole of sulfur dioxide (64g); there is 32g of sulfur and 32g of oxygen. Hence the mass percent of oxygen is 50%.
Sulfuric Acid is an oxoacid of sulfur and is made of Hydrogen, Sulfur and Oxygen. It is produced by burning sulfur in air to produce Sulfur Dioxide, and then oxidizing the Sulfur Dioxide to Sulfur Trioxide. Sulfuric Acid can then be made from Sulfur Trioxide.
A molecule of sulfur dioxide has two oxygen atoms in it.