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Oxygen diffuses 1.4 times as fast as sulfur dioxide.

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Q: How do the rates of diffusion of oxygen and sulfur dioxide compare Molar masses Oxygen is 32 gmol and sulfur dioxide is 64 gmol?
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How do the rates of diffusion of oxygen and sulfur dioxide compare Molar masses Oxygen is 32 g mol and sulfur dioxide is 64 g mol?

Oxygen diffuses 1.4 times as fast as sulfur dioxide.


How do the rates of diffusion of helium and sulfur dioxide compare Molar masses Helium is 4 g mol and sulfur dioxide is 64 g mol?

Helium diffusses 4 times as fast as sulfur dioxide.


What is 50 percent sulfur and 50 percent oxygen?

Sulfur dioxide contains (nearly) equal masses of sulfur and oxygen.


A determination of the masses and number of moles of sulfur and oxygen in the compound sulfur dioxide?

composition stoichiometry.


A determination of the masses and number of moles ofsulfur and oxygen in the compound sulfur dioxide would be studied in?

Composition stoichiometry


How do the rates of diffusion of neon and argon compare Molar masses Neon is 20 gmol and argon is 40 gmol?

neon diffuses 1.4 times as fast as argon.


How do the rates of diffusion of neon and argon compare Molar masses Neon is 20 g mol and argon is 40 g mol?

Neon diffuses 1.4 times as fast as argon.


What is used to compare masses?

i think its balance


What law is shown by the fact that the mass of carbon dioxide which forms as a product of a reaction between oxygen and carbon equals the combined masses of the carbon and oxygen that reacted?

This is the law om mass conservation.


Oxygen can combine with carbon to form two compounds carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide The ratio of the masses of oxygen that combine with a given mass of carbon is 1 or 2 This is an example of?

the law of multiple proportions


Would the masses be identical if you measure the exact amount of carbon dioxide and water entered a plant and sugars produced?

Only if you included the Oxygen produced as well.


What is hanging mass used for?

It is used to compare masses.

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