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3CaCO3+2FePO4-->Ca3(PO4)2+Fe2(CO3)3

We start with 100g. of calcium carbonate and 45g. iron (III) phosphate. What is the maximum amount of Ca3(PO4)2 and Fe2(CO3)3 ??

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