Answer to Question #189097 in General Chemistry for Tyler Drotning

Question #189097

Calculate the moles of potassium sulfide formed when 5.4g of potassium gas reacts with excess sulfur.


2 K+S > K2S


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2021-05-08T23:35:51-0400

Answer:-





1 mole potassium gives 2 mole potassium sulphide

So 0.13 mole potassium will give 0.26 mole of potassium sulphide

Mass of potassium sulphide =moles × atomic mass

= 0.13×110.2




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