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hydrogen bromide can be produced by a reaction among bromine, sulfer dioxide, and water as follows.

hydrogen bromide can be produced by a reaction among bromine, sulfer dioxide, and water as follows...  
S02 + Br2 +H2O (arrow) 2HBr + H2SO4
If 250 grams of SO2 and 650 grams of Br2 react in the presence of excess water, what mass of HBr will be formed?

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