An unknown metal (M) was found not to react with either water or steam, but its reactivity with aqueous acid was not investigated. When a 1.000 g sample of the metal was burned in oxygen and the resulting metal oxide converted to a metal sulfide, 1.504 g of sulfide was obtained. What is the identity of the metal?
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