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I agree with Jose! In each reaction, there is one limiting reactant, and the other reactants are in excess. Once the limiting reactant is used up, that particular reaction can no longer occur because the amount of product that can be formed is limited, even though there are remaining materials due to excess.
I agree as well since limiting reagents determine the amount of the product in the reaction. The concept that two limiting reagents exist in a single-step reaction would be hard to visualize since that would mean both would determine the amount of product - which cannot be as calculations will differ.
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