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This might be a silly question, but I just wanted to double check about something that I came across on the modules. Is it possible for an equation to have two limiting reactants? And if so, please provide an example or why it is like this?
I believe that the question on the module is only referring to a single step reaction. In this case, there would only be one limiting reactant. Two limiting reactants would not be possible because if the elements in a reaction have the same quantity or amount then they will be completely used up. Neither limits the other.
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