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Grade: 12th pass
        There are two common oxides of sulphur, one of which contains 50%O2 by weight, the other almost exactly 60%. The weights of sulphur which combine with 1 g of O2 are in the ratio of
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Arun
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                               FIRST OXIDE    SECOND OXIDE
Oxygen                 50%                      60%
sulphur(by diff)    50%                      40%
In first oxide 50 parts by weight of oxygen combine with sulphur=50 parts
1 part by weight of oxygen will combine with sulphur=50/50=1


In second oxide 60 parts by weight of oxygen combine with sulphur=40 parts
1 part by weight of oxygen will combine with sulphur=40/60=2/3


Compare the weights of sulphur which combine with same weight of oxygen in both oxides         
                                                           1:2/3
                                                           =3:2
 
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Arun(askIITians forum expert)
2 years ago
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