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how many moles of oxygen (molecule) are required for complete reaction with 2.1080 moles of iron?

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It depends upon the equation. If you form FeO, then
2Fe + O2 -->2FeO

2.1080 moles Fe x (1 mole O2/2 mols Fe) = 2.1080 x (2/1) = ??

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