What is the molar ratio between iron Fe and iron oxide Fe2O3?
So, if this is how many moles of iron(III) oxide take part in the reaction, you can use the aforementioned 1:2 mole ratio to figure out how many moles of iron would theoretically be produced by the reaction.
How many moles are in FE?
Divide the mass of iron by its molar mass in g/mol to get the moles of iron. One mole of anything is 6.022×1023 of anything, including atoms. Multiply mol Fe by 6.022×1023mol .
How may moles of CO will react with 1.75 moles of fe2o3?
How many moles of carbon monoxide. The answer is that each mole of ferric oxide requires 3 moles of carbon monoxide. Therefore, 1.75moles requires 1.75 x 3 or 5.25 moles of carbon monoxide.