About 40 g of sulphur is taken in an enclosed vessel containing 22.4 litres of oxygen. The sulphur is ignited. Calculate the volume of sulphur dioxide formed, and the mass of uncombined sulphur.
(1 mole of S = 32g: molar volume = 22.4 litres)
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