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Given the balanced equation:
a. Fe2O3+3C=2Fe+3CO:
b. How many moles of Fe are produced when 1.36 moles of carbon monoxide are produced?
c. How many grams of Fe is part b equal to?
d. how many molecules of Fe are in part B

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    a. is balanced. good work.
    b. 1.36 mols C x (2 mols Fe/3 mol C) = 1.36 x 2/3 = ? Note that it is all in the coefficients.
    c. g = mols x atomic mass
    d. 1 mol Fe contains 6.02E23 molecules so .....

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