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2 Al + Fe2_2O3_3 \longrightarrow Al2_2O3_3 + 2 Fe

An operation requires at least 86.0 g of Fe to be produced. What is the minimum mass in grams of Fe2_2O3_3 necessary to produce the desired amount of products? How much Al2_2O3_3 is produced as a side product?

MM of Fe2_2O3_3 = 159.489 g/mol

MM of Al2_2O3_3 = 101.961 g/mol

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