viernes, 13 de enero de 2017

Chemical equations calculations. Exercise 11.

A common pollutant in atmosphere is the sulphur dioxide from the power stations. Sulphur dioxide can be treated by reaction with hydrogen sulphide which produce sulfur and water.
a) Write and balance the chemical equation of this process.
b) If a power station produces 500 kg of SO2 per day, how many liters of H2S will be needed to treat it? Suppose the process occur at STP conditions.

Tomás Rodríguez 4º B

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