Stoichiometry vs. Limiting Reactant

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taiyeojeikere-3C
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Stoichiometry vs. Limiting Reactant

Postby taiyeojeikere-3C » Wed Oct 03, 2018 9:15 pm

Does solving a stoichiometry problem use the same steps as limiting reactant because my notes are a bit confusing on the topic?

Alyssa Wilson 2A
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Re: Stoichiometry vs. Limiting Reactant

Postby Alyssa Wilson 2A » Wed Oct 03, 2018 9:23 pm

Solving a stoichiometry problem involves solving for the limiting reagent. For step number 5 in solving a stoichiometry problem, you compare the calculated moles from the step before, with the required moles to determine if there is a limiting reagent. And with that being said, solving a limiting reagent is within a stoichiometry problem.


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