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# Moles Calculation question

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1. Equation: Fe2O3 + 3CO --> 2Fe + 3CO2
If i had 0.04 moles of Iron(III) Oxide and 0.06 moles of Carbon monoxide how much, in grams, of Iron would be produced.
Thanks to anyone that can help.
2. (Original post by IGCSETANK)
Equation: Fe2O3 + 3CO --> 2Fe + 3CO2
If i had 0.04 moles of Iron(III) Oxide and 0.06 moles of Carbon monoxide how much, in grams, of Iron would be produced.
Thanks to anyone that can help.
Combine the two moles =0.1
159.7+28=187.7
0.1*187.7=18.77g
*2= 37.54g

I think. XD

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