Question 243378

To obtain pure lead, lead (II) sulfide is burned in an atmosphere of pure oxygen. The products of the reaction are lead and sulfur trioxide (SO3). Write a balanced chemical equation for this process. How many grams of lead will be produced if 2.54 grams of PbS is burned with 1.88 g of O2? Express your answer to the correct number of significant figures. Be sure to show all steps completed to arrive at the answer.