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Post by pasaco0129 »

good morning the problem I solved it, my question is about the reaction of the problem I do not know if it is
C + CaCo = CaSO3 this is what I need thanks
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Post by ChenBeier »

First you burn sulfur.
Develop this equation first

Then you add calciumoxide

The product react with it.

Carbon is not necessary here.
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