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Solution: 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

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 Brreacts with excess Fe?

(A) 2.30 mol

(B) 3.07 mol

(C) 4.60 mol

(D) 6.90 mol

(E) 9.2 mol