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What is the unit cell of calcium sulfide?

anti-fluorite
cesium cholride
diamond
fluorite
graphite
rutile
sodium chloride
zinc blende

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    I found a source that shows it has the NaCl structure.

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    thankkkkk youuuuu it was right!!!:)

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