Problem: The Thermite Reaction, Used For Welding Iron, Is The Reaction Of Fe3O4 With Al. 8 Al (s) + 3 Fe3O4 (s) ⟶ 4 Al2O3 (s) + 9 Fe (s) Δ H° = -3350. KJ/mol Rxn Because This Large Amount Of Heat Cannot Be Rapidly Dissipated To The Surroundings, The Reacting Mass May Reach Temperatures Near 3000. How much heat is released by the reaction of 27.6 g of Al with 69.12 g of Fe3O4.

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The Thermite Reaction, Used For Welding Iron, Is The Reaction Of Fe3O4 With Al. 

8 Al (s) + 3 Fe3O(s) ⟶ 4 Al2O3 (s) + 9 Fe (s) Δ H° = -3350. KJ/mol Rxn 


Because This Large Amount Of Heat Cannot Be Rapidly Dissipated To The Surroundings, The Reacting Mass May Reach Temperatures Near 3000. How much heat is released by the reaction of 27.6 g of Al with 69.12 g of Fe3O4.

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