Iron(III) oxide reacts with carbon monoxide according to the equation:Fe2O3 (s)3CO (g)+2Fe(s) 3CO2(9)A reaction mixture initially contains 22.05 g Fe2 O3 and 14.00 g COPart AOnce the reaction has occurred as completely as possible, what mass (in g) of the excess reactant remains?Express your answer to three significant figures.

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Iron(III) oxide reacts with carbon monoxide according to the equation:
Fe2O3 (s)3CO (g)+2Fe(s) 3CO2(9)
A reaction mixture initially contains 22.05 g Fe2 O3 and 14.00 g CO
Part A
Once the reaction has occurred as completely as possible, what mass (in g) of the excess reactant remains?
Express your answer to three significant figures.
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Iron(III) oxide reacts with carbon monoxide according to the equation: Fe2O3 (s)3CO (g)+2Fe(s) 3CO2(9) A reaction mixture initially contains 22.05 g Fe2 O3 and 14.00 g CO Part A Once the reaction has occurred as completely as possible, what mass (in g) of the excess reactant remains? Express your answer to three significant figures.

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The term limiting reagent in a given reaction is defined as the chemical species which is totally consumed in the reaction when the reaction is complete. The quantity of the products which are formed in the reaction is limited by this reagent.

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The number of moles for a given chemical species refers to the ratio of mass of the species to that of its molar mass. The formula is shown below:

Mass
Number of moles=.
Molar mass
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Mass Number of moles=. Molar mass

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Fe,O,(s)+3CO(g)2Fe(s)+3CO, (g)
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Fe,O,(s)+3CO(g)2Fe(s)+3CO, (g)

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