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What is the equation for the formation of sulfur trioxide?

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2H2SO4 ->/<- SO3 + H3O+ + HSO4- (where ->/<- denotes "equilibrium") (Organic Chemistry, Solomons & Fryhle, 8 ed., p.670)
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