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Chemistry, 08.11.2019 10:31, Yskdl

Chemistry honors:
calculations involving a limiting reactant
Chemistry honors:
calculations involving a limiting reactant
for each of the following unbalanced chemical equations, suppose that exactly 5.00 g of each reactant is taken. determine which reactant is limiting, and calculate what mass of each product is expected (assuming that the limiting reactant is completely consumed).
s(s) + 2h2so4(aq) --> 3so2(g) + 2h2o(l)

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