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Posted by Stephanie on Monday, February 20, 2012 at 2:48pm.

How much HCO2H is obtained by reacting 3.0g of FeS, 1.60g H2S, and 1.60g CO2 if the reaction results in a 47.0% yield?

I know that I need to the molar mass of each which

FeS-3.2/87.9=0.036

H2S-1.6/34.1=0.047

CO2-1.6/44.0=0.363

I just don't know other step I have to go after this one

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