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Homework Help: Chemistry!!

Posted by Lulu on Saturday, November 22, 2008 at 12:29pm.

How do I go about doing this question?

How much heat energy is involved when 5.58g of Fe metal reacts with excess oxygen to produce Fe2O3? Do you need the equation, and if so, what would tha be? Fe + O2 > Fe2O3? I don't think that is right though. And also, do you find moles of Fe? Thanks.

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