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How many moles of aluminum is needed to form 3.4 moles of aluminum oxide?

3.4 mol Al2O3 x (2 mol Al/1 mol Al2O3) = ?? mol Al.
Note how the units we don't want cancel but the unit we want to keep remains.

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