Posted by **Maria** on Sunday, November 18, 2012 at 11:50pm.

Fool's gold is not gold at all but only lead IV sulfide. If you have 751.0 grams of lead how many grams of fool's gold can you make?

Ans: Pb+2S->PbS2

Given * (1/amu of given) * (mol of find/mol of given) * (amu of find/1mol)

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