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Although we usually think of substances as burning only in oxygen gas, the process of

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Problem 31

Although we usually think of substances as burning only in oxygen gas, the process of rapid oxidation to produce a flame may also take place in other strongly oxidizing gases. For example, when iron is heated and placed in pure chlorine gas, the iron burns according to the following (unbalanced) reaction: Fe(s) _ Cl2(g) S FeCl3(s) How many milligrams of iron(III) chloride result when 15.5 mg of iron is reacted with an excess of chlorine gas?

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Textbook: Introductory Chemistry: A Foundation
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Author: Steven S. Zumdahl, Donald J. DeCoste
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