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Concept: Law of Multiple Proportions

Problem: The ratio of sulfur to oxygen by mass in SO2 is 1.0:1.0.Find the ratio of sulfur to oxygen by mass in S2O.

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The ratio of sulfur to oxygen by mass in S2O

 molar mass S = 32 g/mol 
molar mass O = 16 g/mol

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The ratio of sulfur to oxygen by mass in SO2 is 1.0:1.0.

Find the ratio of sulfur to oxygen by mass in S2O.

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