Problem: If 200.0 g of zinc sulfide contains 134.2 g of zinc, how many grams of sulfur can be obtained from 1.18 kg of zinc sulfide?a. 388 g Sb. 79.2 g Sc. 158.4 g Sd. 196 g Se. 792 g S

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Determine the molecular formula of zinc sulfide and determine the ratio of Zn and S using the provided mass of zinc sulfide and Zn via the Law of Definite proportions

The rules for naming binary ionic compounds are as follows:

1. The metal keeps its name and is named and written first.

– For transition metals, we use Roman numerals to denote its charge.

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If 200.0 g of zinc sulfide contains 134.2 g of zinc, how many grams of sulfur can be obtained from 1.18 kg of zinc sulfide?

a. 388 g S

b. 79.2 g S

c. 158.4 g S

d. 196 g S

e. 792 g S

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