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Suppose SH2 And O2 React To Produce H2O, And A Sulfur Oxide Which Contains 90.93% Sulfur By Mass. Co

Suppose SH2 and O2 react to produce H2O, and a sulfur oxide which contains 90.93% sulfur by mass. Complete the reaction equation by entering the coefficients of the reactants and products and also the empirical formula of the sulfur oxide product. SH2 + 2 H 20 + 520 All coefficients must be reduced to the smallest possible integers. Note that, while it is not usual to write coefficients of exactly 1, you must enter "1" in the response box, if that is the correct value. The formula for the sulfur oxide must be written with the S symbol first and second. The usual subscription of numbers in the formula is to be inferred (e.g. the formula for water would be entered simply as "H20") Submit Answer Incorrect. Tries 1/5 Previous Tries Post Discussion Send Feedback