Problem: A 41.6 mg sample of carbon reacts with sulfur to form 116 mg of the compound. What is the empirical formula of the carbon sulfide? Express your answer as a chemical formula. 

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A 41.6 mg sample of carbon reacts with sulfur to form 116 mg of the compound. What is the empirical formula of the carbon sulfide? Express your answer as a chemical formula. 

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