The reaction between iron(III) oxide and aluminum, to produce aluminum oxide and iron, has a heat of reaction (ΔH) equal to –851.5 kJ/mole.  How much energy is released (in kJ) if 0.79 moles of...

The reaction between iron(III) oxide and aluminum, to produce aluminum oxide and iron, has a heat of reaction (ΔH) equal to –851.5 kJ/mole.  How much energy is released (in kJ) if 0.79 moles of aluminum are consumed?

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The reaction between iron(III) oxide and aluminum produces aluminum oxide and iron. The chemical equation of the reaction is:

`3Fe_3O_2 + 4Al -> 2Al_2O_3 + 6Fe`

This reaction is known as a thermite reaction and is highly...

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