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Hematite (Fe2O3) is to be reduced to wustite (which we can take as FeO for the purposes of this problem), without the formation of metallic iron. The reducing agent is to be a mixture of hydrogen and water vapor. What are the upper and lower limits on this % water vapor in the reducing gas if reduction is to be carried out at 1000 K. [Hint: the reduction will proceed first by the formation aro a nuns e enees tmaon al 100 given below: ( k.J mol ) Fera--soo Foo,--700

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