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iron reacts with superheated steam to form hydrogen gas and the oxide fe3o4. calculate the number of moles of hydrogen produced by 10.0g of iron and enough steam. 3fe(s)+4h2o(g)-->fe3o4(s)+4h2(g)

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  1. JoannaBlackwelder
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    This is a stoichiometry problem. Step 1: Convert the mass of iron to moles Step 2: Convert the moles of iron to moles of hydrogen using the coefficients of the balanced reaction.

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