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Posted by Brittney on Sunday, October 6, 2013 at 4:04pm.

Manganese(III) fluoride, MnF3, can be prepared by the following reaction:
2MnI2(s) + 13F2(g) → 2MnF3(s) + 4IF5(l)


If the percentage yield of MnF3 is always approximately 51%, how many grams of MnF3 can be expected if 40.0 grams of each reactant is used in an experiment?

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