Problem: When 1.0 mol of Fe reacts with Cl2 forming FeCl3, how many moles of Cl2 are required to react with all of the iron?a. none of theseb. 0.7 molc. 0.3 mold. 1.0 mole. 1.5 mol 

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When 1.0 mol of Fe reacts with Cl2 forming FeCl3, how many moles of Cl2 are required to react with all of the iron?

a. none of these

b. 0.7 mol

c. 0.3 mol

d. 1.0 mol

e. 1.5 mol 

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