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Posted by cheryl on Sunday, October 9, 2011 at 12:14pm.

the balanced equation for the reduction of iron ore to the metal using CO is Fe2O3+3CO(g) -> 2Fe+3CO so what is the maximum of iron in grams that can bbe obtained from 454g (1.00 lb) of iron (III) oxide? AND what mass of CO is required to react with the 454g of Fe2O3? please explain each step in detail

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