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The sulfide of the metal would be the compound formed by the metal (M) and sulfur. So the formula of the sulfide of the metal would look something like MS. You should first find out what element the metal is.
Last edited by Michelle Song 1I on Thu Oct 03, 2019 2:27 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Yes! I agree! Thus, in order to solve for the molar mass of metal sulfide, you would need to find the molar mass of M by subtracting the molar mass of hydroxide from 74.1 g/mol. Then, add the difference of the two to the molar mass of sulfide, which is 32.065 to get the molar mass of metal sulfide.
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