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(a) Is PbS primarily ionically bonded or mainly covalently

(a) Is PbS primarily ionically bonded or mainly covalently bonded?(Support your answer with a calculation)

(b)At what energies (in keV) would PbS, PbS2, Pb, or any other Pb-bearing material show EDS(energy dispersive spectroscopy) peaks if the two most intense peaks for Pb (Ka1 and La1)radiation have a wavelength of 74.976Å and 10.548Å respectively?


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