Chemistry

Aluminum metal reacts with iron (III) oxide to produce aluminum oxide and iron metal. Answers the following three questions
note: you will need to write a balanced equation to answer them
Al: 26.9 amu Fe: 55.8 amu O: 16 amu
1 How many moles of iron (III) oxide are required to react completely with 41 g of aluminum metal?
2 How many grams of aluminum metal are requred to produce 7.0 g of iron metal?

asked by Sara
  1. A regular stoichometry problem. See your previous posts OR explain exactly what you don't understand about this and show what work you've done.

    posted by DrBob222

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