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Consider the generic chemical equation:A + B ? CSuppose 25 g of A were allowed to react

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Problem 12Q

PROBLEM 12Q

Consider the generic chemical equation:

A + B → C

Suppose 25 g of A were allowed to react with 8 g of B. Analysis of the final mixture showed that A was completely used up and 4 g of B remained. What was the limiting reactant?

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Solution 12Q

A is the limiting reactant - it is all consumed

B is in excess - there is still some B left over when all of A has been used up

         

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Textbook: Introductory Chemistry
Edition: 5
Author: Nivaldo J Tro
ISBN: 9780321910295

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Consider the generic chemical equation:A + B ? CSuppose 25 g of A were allowed to react