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Iron (D1) hydroxide decomposes in the following reaction: 2 FE(OH)3 (S) <_> F6203 (S) + 3 H20(g). For this reaction, Kp=2.35 at 300C. If you





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Iron (D1) hydroxide decomposes in the following reaction:
2 FE(OH)3 (S) <_—> F6203 (S) + 3 H20(g). For this reaction, Kp=2.35 at 300°C. If you put 9.5 g of iron (D1) hydroxide in a 2.3 L
container and heat it to 300°C, what percentage of the iron (D1) hydroxide will decompose? A) 43.7%
B) 14.9%
C) 78.1%
D) 24.3%
E) 93.2%

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