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Calculate the mass of sliver chloride, AgCl, and dihydrogen monosulfide, H2S, formed when 85.6g of sliver sulfide, Ag2S, reacts with excess hydrochloric acid, HcL.

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    write the balanced equation:

    Ag2S+ 2HCl >> 2AgCl + H2S

    how many moles of silver sulfide does 85.6g make?

    for each mole of silver sulfide, you get two moles of silver chloride. Convert that to mass

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