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Predict the products of the chemical reaction

aluminum + iron(III) oxide

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asked by Pedro
  1. I think it's:

    aluminum + iron(III) oxide --> iron + aluminum oxide

    Fe2O3 + 2Al --> Al2O3 +2 Fe

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    posted by Adriana
  2. right.

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