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# Consider the generic chemical reaction:A + 2 B ? C + DSuppose you have 12 g of A and 24 ISBN: 9780321910295 34

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Problem 11Q

Consider the generic chemical reaction:

A + 2 B  ⟶  C + D

Suppose you have 12 g of A and 24 g of B. Which statement is true?

(a) A will definitely be the limiting reactant.

(b) B will definitely be the limiting reactant.

(c) A will be the limiting reactant if its molar mass is less than B.

(d) A will be the limiting reactant if its molar mass is greater than B.

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Solution 11Q

For  the given  reaction

A + 2 B → C + D

The option (d) A will be the limiting reactant if its molar mass is greater than B will be correct.

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