Problem: What is the formula of the compound resulting from the reaction of the elements boron and sulfur? This polymeric material is of interest as a component of “high-tech” glasses. Such glasses absorb lower frequencies of infrared energy relative to conventional borosilicate glasses.   a. BS b.B2S c. BS2 d. B2S3 e. B3S2

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What is the formula of the compound resulting from the reaction of the elements boron and sulfur? This polymeric material is of interest as a component of “high-tech” glasses. Such glasses absorb lower frequencies of infrared energy relative to conventional borosilicate glasses.

a. BS

b.B2S

c. BS2

d. B2S3

e. B3S2

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