Solve: For each chemical equation below, write the number of product molecules that
will form from the reaction. Then circle the limiting reactant. (Note: The coefficients in
front of the reactants indicate the number of reactant molecules or atoms present.)
For all the reactions listed, the moles of products and limiting reactants are;
1. Molar cofficient - 6, oxygen is the limiting reactant
2. Molar coefficient - 8 chlorine is the limiting reactant
3. Molar coefficient - 4 and CO2 is the limiting reactant
What is a chemical reaction?
A chemical reaction is a combination of reactants that yields products. Recall that the limiting reactant is the reactant that nis present in the least amount.
Let us now complete each reaction;
1. The molar coefficient of the product in reaction 1 is 6 and oxygen is the limiting reactant
2. The molar For all the reactions listed coefficent of the product in reaction 2 is 8 and chlorine is the limiting reactant
3. The molar coefficient of the product in reaction 3 is 4 and the limiting reactant is CO2.
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