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25 g of Iron (II) Oxide reacts with 25 g of Chloric acid to produce Iron (II) chlorate and water.
a. Determine the limiting reactant
b. Determine the excess reactant
c. Determine the theoretical yield of water
d. Determine how much excess reactant is left
e. Determine the percent yield of water, if the actual value of water is 2.4 g.

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  1. 0.9866 g

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