# Chemistry

Fe3O4 reacts with CO according to the equation

Fe3O4 + 4CO => 4CO2 + 3Fe

If 478.9 g Fe3O4 is reacted with excess CO, what mass of CO2 will be produced?

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1. mols Fe3O4 = grams/molar mass
Convert mols Fe3O4 to mols CO2.
g CO2 = mols x molar mass

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2. 799

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