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Which formula equation represents the burning of sulfur to produce sulfur dioxide

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The formula equation for burning sulfur to produce sulfur dioxide is: S + Oโ‚‚ โ†’ SOโ‚‚

Why?

Sulfur is a non-metal with atomic number 16. When sulfur is burned, it undergoes a combustion reaction, which is an exoterm reaction (energy release) when combustion (sulfur, in this case) reacts with oxygen to produce oxides and heat.

For this reaction, the oxide produced is sulfur dioxide (SOโ‚‚)

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