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We have to calculate the mass of Fe2O3 required to form 910 kg of iron.
Iron is formed in the blast furnace by the reaction of Fe2O3 with CO. The reaction produced iron metal and CO2 gas.
We will solve this problem through these steps:
Step 1: Write a balanced equation for the reaction.
Step 2: Determine mole-to-mole ratio between Fe2O3 and iron.
Step 3: Calculate molar mass of Fe2O3.
Step 4: Calculate the mass of Fe2O3 required to produce 910 kg.
An important reaction that takes place in a blast furnace during the production of iron is the formation of iron metal and CO2 from Fe2O3 and CO.
Find the mass of Fe2O3 required to form 910 kg of iron.
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