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Problem: For the following reaction, 3.63 grams of iron(III) oxide are mixed with excess hydrochloric acid. The reaction yields 1.16 grams of water. hydrochloric acid (aq) + iron(III) oxide (s) → water (I) + iron(III) chloride (aq) What is the theoretical yield of water? What is the percent yield of water?

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For the following reaction, 3.63 grams of iron(III) oxide are mixed with excess hydrochloric acid. The reaction yields 1.16 grams of water. 

hydrochloric acid (aq) + iron(III) oxide (s) → water (I) + iron(III) chloride (aq) 

What is the theoretical yield of water? 

What is the percent yield of water?

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