Answer to Question #170804 in Inorganic Chemistry for Alex

Question #170804

Iron (III) chloride reacts with magnesium oxide. If 13.75 g of iron (III) chloride reacts with magnesium oxide to form 5.25 g of the magnesium product, what is the percent yield?


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2021-03-12T06:00:52-0500

m(MgCl2) = M(MgCl2)×n(MgCl2)

n(MgCl2) = 3/2 n(FeCl3) = 3/2 m(FeCl3)/M(FeCl3)

m(MgCl2) = 3/2 M(MgCl2) m(FeCl3)/M(FeCl3) = 12.11 g

Yield = 5.25/12.11 × 100% = 43.35%


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