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Posted by Tim on Wednesday, November 10, 2010 at 11:32am.

How many atoms of aluminum can be produced by the decomposition of 47.1 g of Al2O3? (Hint: Write and balance the equation first.) The products are oxygen gas and aluminum metal (Al)

A) 1.11 X 10^24 Al atoms
B) None of these
C) 1.39 X 10^23 Al atoms
D) 5.56 X 10^23 Al atoms
E) 2.78 X 10^23 Al atoms

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