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Posted by lisa on Saturday, September 20, 2008 at 1:12am.

In one experiment, the reaction of 1.00 g mercury and an excess of sulfur yielded 1.16 g of a sulfide of mercury as the sole product. In a second experiment, the same sulfide was produced in the reaction of 1.52g mercury and 1.02g sulfur.

a) What mass of the sulfide of mercury was produced in the second experiment?
b)Which element (mercury or sulfur) remained unreacted in the second experiment?
c)What mass remained unreacted in the second experiment?

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