We’re being asked to calculate the mass of CO form when 0.607 mol Bi2O3 reacted with excess C. Since C is in excess, we can simply ignore it in our calculations. The flow for this problem will be like this:
The flow for this problem will be like this:
Moles of Bi2O3 (mole-to-mole comparison) → Moles of CO (molar mass of O2) → Mass of CO
Bismuth oxide reacts with carbon to form bismuth metal:
Bi 2O3(s) + 3C(s) ⟶2Bi(s) + 3CO(g)
When 0.607 mol of Bi2O3 reacts with excess carbon, how many grams of CO form?
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