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Check my homework, acids/bases balancing equations

  1. Aug 4, 2011 #1
    So i just finished my homework, if someone can check it for me, would be appreciated thanks

    :)

    I have the questions in the attachment


    22a) asks to write and balance word and chemical equation of the burning of carbon and burning of sulfur


    for carbon

    C+O2---> C02


    for sulfur

    S+O2--->SO3

    S+1.502--->S03

    2S+302---->2SO3

    do these equations make sense?
     

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  3. Aug 4, 2011 #2

    PeterO

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    Each of the ones you have mentioned is balanced.
    Why did you pick SO3 as the end product for burning Sulphur, might not there be SO2 present?
    Similarly, will there be any Carbon monoxide , CO, produced?
    Burning conditions may prevent/minimise both of those.
     
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