Problem: Lead(II) sulfide (PbS) was once used in glazing earthenware. It will also react with hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) to form lead(II) sulfate and water. How many grams of hydrogen peroxide are needed to react completely with 265 g of lead(II) sulfide?(A) 151 g(B) 123 g(C) 37.7 g(D) 9.41 g(E) 265 g

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Lead(II) sulfide (PbS) was once used in glazing earthenware. It will also react with hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) to form lead(II) sulfate and water. How many grams of hydrogen peroxide are needed to react completely with 265 g of lead(II) sulfide?

(A) 151 g

(B) 123 g

(C) 37.7 g

(D) 9.41 g

(E) 265 g

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