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23 January, 16:33

Question: When the ore lead (ii) sulfide burns in oxygen, the products are solid lead (ii) oxide and sulfur dioxide gas.

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  1. 23 January, 16:59
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    I believe what you are trying to ask here is the balanced chemical reaction. We first identify the chemical formula of the substances.

    Lead (II) sulfide = PbS

    Oxygen = O2

    Lead (II) oxide = PbO

    Sulfur dioxide = SO2

    The balanced chemical reaction is written as:

    PbS + 3/2O2 = PbO + SO2
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