Problem: A chemical reaction requires 6.00 moles of Fe(NO3)3. What mass of iron(III) nitrate is needed?A)  24.3 g   B)  875 g   C)  40.3 g               D)  1.45 x 103 g                E)  515 g

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A chemical reaction requires 6.00 moles of Fe(NO3)3. What mass of iron(III) nitrate is needed?

A)  24.3 g   

B)  875 g   

C)  40.3 g               

D)  1.45 x 103 g                

E)  515 g

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