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Homework Help: Chemistry

Posted by Anonymous on Wednesday, October 18, 2006 at 7:19pm.

According to the following equation if 3 mol of Fe2(CO3)3 are mixed with 20 mol of H+1:

Fe2(CO3)3 +6H+1 ==>2Fe+3 + 3CO2 +3H2O

A. all the Fe2(CO3)3 will react.
B. all of the H+1 will react.
C. 3.3 mol ofFe2(CO3)3 will react.
D. 1.6 mol of H+1 will remain unreacted.


You need a 1 to six mol ratio, you actually are using 1 to 6.66 ratio, so you have too much hydrogen ion.


Name the compound whose formula is Fe2(CO3)3.

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