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How do you find the limiting reagent and how much the other one is in excess?

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Description and explanation of required calculations are provided in 150 words. How do you find the limiting reagent and how much the other one is in excess is determined.

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The limiting reagents are determined by the quantitative relation of the chemical reaction. For example, you have A + 2B = C + 3D and you have x mol A and y mol B. To find the ...

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