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I don't get how to balance this equation.
Al+O2 → Fe2O3

Where is the Al in the product?

Where is the Fe in the reactants?

I am very lost with this problem.

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    Good questions all. Sure it's not Fe+O2 or Al2O3?

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    Ya, I'm sure. That's why I posted it. Cuz I know how to do balancing equations, but this one I have no clue what to do.

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