# In one experiment you reacted 45.7g of Aluminum with 182.8g of Iron (III) oxide to produce Aluminum Oxide and Elemental iron (not diatomic).a. How many mols of Iron (III) oxide do you have?b. Which is the limiting agent?c. If you produced 5 grams of aluminum oxide, how many atoms of aluminum are in 5 grams?

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In one experiment you reacted 45.7g of Aluminum with 182.8g of Iron (III) oxide to produce Aluminum Oxide and Elemental iron (not diatomic).

a. How many mols of Iron (III) oxide do you have?

b. Which is the limiting agent?

c. If you produced 5 grams of aluminum oxide, how many atoms of aluminum are in 5 grams?

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Step 1

The molecules that present inside any substance can be determined by calculating the number of moles. These moles are then multiplied by the Avogadro’s number to get the molecules present in the substance.

Step 2

Given data:

Step 3

Part (a)

The number of moles of iron (III) oxide (Fe2O3) is ca...

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