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Is so3 aqueous?

Last Updated: 6th May, 2021

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Sulfur trioxide (SO3) dissolves in and reacts with water to form an aqueous solution of sulfuric acid (H2SO4). If enough SO3 is added, all of the water reacts and the solution becomes pure H2SO4. If still more SO3 is added, it dissolves to form a solution of SO3 in H2SO4, called oleum or fuming sulfuric acid.

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Also to know is, is so3 a solid liquid or gas?

Sulfur trioxide (SO3) is generally a colorless liquid. It can also exist as ice- or fiber-like crystals or as a gas. When SO3 is exposed to air, it rapidly takes up water and gives off white fumes. It can react with water to form sulfuric acid.

Subsequently, question is, is so3 a molecule? SO3 which is also spelled as Sulphur Trioxide sometimes, is a trigonal planar molecule that is non-flammable.

Also to know, is so3 soluble in water?

Yes, sulfur trioxide is soluble in water. It probably is, but, have you really ever seen a water solution of SO3?

Is so3 an ion?

They are different chemicals with different propert Sulfur Trioxide is a neutral molecule because it has the same amount of electrons as protons. Sulfite has two extra electrons though making it an ion because it has a charge, anion because it has a negative charge. What is the structure of SO3?

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Dovile Grote

Professional

Is so3 a gas?

Sulfur trioxide (SO3) is generally a colorless liquid. It can also exist as ice- or fiber-like crystals or as a gas. When SO3 is exposed to air, it rapidly takes up water and gives off white fumes. It can react with water to form sulfuric acid.

Housseine Anikst

Professional

What is the name of so3?

Sulfur trioxide (alternative spelling sulphur trioxide) is the chemical compound with the formula SO3, with a relatively narrow liquid range. In the gaseous form, this species is a significant pollutant, being the primary agent in acid rain.

Alinda Dorobantu

Professional

Hatim Serradio

Explainer

What is the chemical name of so?

Sulfur monoxide
Names
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Properties
Chemical formula SO

Ithaysa Roijakkers

Explainer

How is so3 produced?

SO3. Sulphur trioxide is produced in a sulphuric acid plant converter from the conversion of sulphur dioxide and oxygen over a vanadium catalyst. Sulphur trioxide (SO3) reacts readily with the moisture in the air to form submicron sulphuric acid particles that has the appearance of a dense white smoke or fog.

Yanfeng VillaƱo

Explainer

Is Sulphur an acid?

Under normal conditions, sulfur atoms form cyclic octatomic molecules with a chemical formula S8. Elemental sulfur is a bright yellow, crystalline solid at room temperature.

Sulfur
Oxidation states −2, −1, 0, +1, +2, +3, +4, +5, +6 (a strongly acidic oxide)
Electronegativity Pauling scale: 2.58

Coral Babanin

Pundit

Is Sulphur dioxide an acid?

Sulphur dioxide is an acidic gas and this can easily be demonstrated by adding water and a few drops of universal indicator to a container of the gas. The resulting acid is the weakly dibasic acid sulphurous acid (H2SO3).

Jasper Hannig

Pundit

How does sulfur bond with oxygen?

Each Oxygen atom is double bonded to the Sulfur atom and achieves the octet rule. However, at the end you have 2 electrons left. These extra electrons need to go to the central atom, therefore, Sulfur gains a pair of unshared electrons and does not achieve the octet rule.

Terina Rubbert

Pundit

Is so3 an acid or base?

The oxygen atom of the water molecule contains two lone pairs, so water is a Lewis base, while the sulfur atom in SO3 has only three electron regions, which makes SO3 Lewis acidic.

Athenea Calm

Pundit

Is so3 linear?

Sulfur trioxide has trigonal planar molecular geometry since all three S=O. bonds are nearly double bonds and all are the same length, and energy, and are 120 degree apart. Using VSEPR theory we use the sigma bonds to establish the geometry: three bonding pairs and no lone pairs on the central atom = trigonal planar.

Deogracias Ranero

Pundit

Why is so3 dissolved in h2so4 and not water?

SO3 dissolution in water is extremely exothermic. This forces the sulfuric acid to form a mist of tiny droplets. So, sulfur trioxide is dissolved in concentrated sulfuric acid to produce oleum/ pyrosulfuric acid (H2S2O7).

Nazaria Chantre

Teacher

Is so3 carcinogenic?

evidence that strong inorganic acid mists containing Sulfuric Acid cause cancer of the lung and larynx in humans. a carcinogen. Such substance may also have the potential for causing reproductive damage in humans. Jersey Department of Health, Sulfur Trioxide has not been tested for its ability to affect reproduction.

Venus Judin

Supporter

What is the shape of so3?

trigonal planar

Marta Ozouf

Supporter

Why is so3 2 Polar?

Think of the sulfite ion as a molecule with its geometry and dipole moment AND a net charge. The electron pair geometry is tetrahedral and the molecular geometry is trigonal pyramidal and because of its asymmetrical shape and polar bonds, sulfite has a net dipole moment (2.04D). The ion is polar. The net charge is -2.

Yessika Santesteban

Beginner

What is the bond order of so3?

Basically, a bond order is the number of bonds shared between two pairs of atoms. In this case, in SO3, oxygen being more electronegative than sulphur will act as the anion whereas sulphur will act as the cation. Each sulphur-oxygen bond will share a double bond and will create a trigonal planar structure.

Graham Reid

Beginner

What is the Valency of so3?

The valency of central atom sulphur in so2 is +4 & in so3 is +6. Bcoz u can't get the valency of a molecule..it is of a atom so vamency of S in SO2 is 4 and that in SO3 is 6.and of oxygen is 2 in both of them..

Malorie Philipp

Beginner

What is the dipole moment of so3?

1. SO3 molecule has zero dipole moment,why? SO2 has a dipole moment of 1.62D SO3 has a dipole moment of 0. SO3, a trigonal molecule, has no dipole moment beacuse the bond dipoles cancel each other.

Gratiela Meuwsen

Beginner

What is the hybridization of sulfur in so3?

Answer and Explanation:
The sulfur in sulfur trioxide has sp2 hybridization. Sulfur trioxide is a molecule with a central sulfur atom bonded to three oxygen atoms.