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Problem: Sulfur dioxide (SO2) was prepared by reacting 13.2 g of sulfur and 5.0 g of oxygen. Calculate the percent yield of the reaction if 0.10 moles of SO2 were obtained from the reactionS + O2 → SO2   

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Sulfur dioxide (SO2) was prepared by reacting 13.2 g of sulfur and 5.0 g of oxygen. Calculate the percent yield of the reaction if 0.10 moles of SO2 were obtained from the reaction

S + O→ SO2 

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