# 10. Balance the following reaction shown: _Fe2O3+ _HCl -> _FeCl3+_H2O 11. In reaction 10, a chemist...

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10. Balance the following reaction shown: _Fe2O3+ _HCl -> _FeCl3+_H2O

11. In reaction 10, a chemist reacted together 12.2 g of Iron (III) Oxide and 16.0 g of Hydrochloric acid.

A) How much (in grams) Iron (III) Chloride did she produce?

B) What is the limiting reactant?

C) How many grams of the excess reactant would be left after the reaction is complete?

6) Calculate the mass percent of oxygen in the carbonate ion. 7) How many grams of oxygen are there if you have 12.62 g of sodium phosphate, NasPO? 8) How many molecules of water are in 126 g of water? Now much enerxy (in joules) is required to heat a 25.00 g plece of aluminum froms 10.0-G to 110-C specifile heat of aluminum is 0.89VEC 9) The 10) Balance the following reaction shown below 11) In reaction 11, a chemist reacted together 12.2 g of Irom (Il) Oxide and 16.0 g of Hydrochloric acid. a. How much (in grams) Iron (II) Chloride did she produce? b. What is the limiting reactant? c How many grams of the excess reactant would be left after the reaction is complete?

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