Answer to Question #223325 in Inorganic Chemistry for Rashinda mz

Question #223325

ALuminum sulphide is produced from a reaction of the elements Al and S according to the reaction 2Al(s) + 3S(g)  → Al2S3 . Given that the mass of aluminum is defined by a function mA such that t(mAl) = [ mAl 4.1

41/10 mAl ] and that t( mAl ) is a singular matrix. The mass of sulfur that reacted was equivalent to the POH of 3.981 x 10-7M solution of a base. What is the mass of the product formed?

A. 10.41g B. 102.6g C. 25.2g D. 40.5g

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