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Problem: Iron metal reacts with bromine as follows: Fe(s) + Br2(g) → FeBr3(s)How many moles of FeBr3 are obtained when 4.6 mol of Br2 reacts with excess Fe?(A) 2.30 mol(B) 3.07 mol(C) 4.60 mol(D) 6.90 mol(E) 9.2 mol

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Iron metal reacts with bromine as follows: Fe(s) + Br2(g) → FeBr3(s)

How many moles of FeBr3 are obtained when 4.6 mol of Brreacts with excess Fe?

(A) 2.30 mol

(B) 3.07 mol

(C) 4.60 mol

(D) 6.90 mol

(E) 9.2 mol

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