You are given quantities of aluminum sulfate, #Al_2(SO_4)_3#, and sulfuric acid, #H_2SO_4#. If there are EQUAL numbers of SULFUR atoms with respect to each salt, what is the ratio of oxygen atoms...#Al_2(SO_4)_3:H_2SO_4#?
If the number of sulfur atoms are EQUAL, then the ratio of oxygen atoms, (
It is given that both salts contain the same number of sulfur atoms. Thus we have
This is a nasty question, which I suspect has been asked below A level.
PS You have just asked a bunch of questions. Do you think that you could spend some time formatting the questions properly? It makes interpreting the question a much easier proposition.