Chemistry 12th Edition

Published by McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN 10: 0078021510
ISBN 13: 978-0-07802-151-0

Chapter 3 - Mass Relationships in Chemical Reactions - Questions & Problems - Page 108: 3.46


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We can find the required number of grams of Sulfur as follows: $246g\space Hg\times \frac{1mol\space Hg}{200.6g\space Hg}\times \frac{1mol\space S}{1mol Hg}\times \frac{32.07g\space S}{1mol\space S}=39.3g\space S$
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