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###### 16 _ How many JouICS per gralll OL suifur (Jlg Ss) are evolved when sulfur is bumed . following thermochemical equation: S8 accordling % * 02() 8 SO2le AH= 2374UJ

16 _ How many JouICS per gralll OL suifur (Jlg Ss) are evolved when sulfur is bumed . following thermochemical equation: S8 accordling % * 02() 8 SO2le AH= 2374UJ

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