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In a laboratory experiment, pure lead metal reacted with excess sulfur to produce a lead sulfide compound. The following data was collected: Mass of empty evaporating dish: 25.000 g Mass of evaporating dish and lead metal: 26.927 g Mass of evaporating dish and lead sulfide: 27.485 g Solve for the empirical formula of the lead sulfide compound. Be sure to show, or explain, all of your calculations.

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