When sulfur burns, the product is normally SO 2 , but SO 3 may also be formed


When sulfur burns, the product is normally SO2, but SO3 may also be formed under certain conditions. When 0.6192 g of sulfur was burned in the presence of oxygen in a bomb calorimeter with a heat capacity of 5.270 kJ · (°C)–1, the temperature rose 1.140 °C.

Assuming that all the sulfur was consumed in the reaction, what was the ratio of sulfur dioxide to sulfur trioxide produced?

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Chemical Principles The Quest For Insight

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