Problem: The main source of copper on earth is a mineral called chalcocite, which is copper(I) sulfide.a)  What is the formula of this compound?  _________b)  What is the mass percent of copper in this compound?

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The main source of copper on earth is a mineral called chalcocite, which is copper(I) sulfide.

a)  What is the formula of this compound?  _________

b)  What is the mass percent of copper in this compound?

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