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  1. a) limiting reactant is silver...) = 2.11g c ) 2.01g/2.11g *100% = 95.26% 2- I'm not sure about this.. but i...5.00L = 10 L 3- reasons why you don't get 100...

    1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 27/02/2012

  2. ... number. To find ( c ), do the same thing in reverse. For the sake...amount of H2S yielded (it may or may not be the actual limiting reagent; I didn t do the math). That...

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  3. Why not divide beverage volume by bottle volume to see how many bottles you can/might fill? Caps cannot limit production as you have fewer bottles.

    2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 05/01/2007

  4. ...min instead of just "n"? why ? my units on V were L /min.. not just L ******** ******** close... you H2 as the limiting reagent but... this is ...

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  5. ... one is answering??? I wonder why ? No, not really. No one wants to do all of .... volume x molarity = moles 0.500 L x 1.250 mol/ L = 0.625 moles HCl...

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  6. ...one is answering??? I wonder why ? No, not really. No one wants to do all of.... volume x molarity = moles 0.500 L x 1.250 mol/ L = 0.625 moles HCl...

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  7. ...thus NaOH is the limiting reactant. b) what are the...50+10.7)/10.7 = 0.5672M c ) explain why the above solution is buffer...say tat i cant help u cuz i'm not too sure of the method

    2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 28/05/2007

  8. a. The limiting reagent is the 0.500 mole of H2O2, not the 0.750 mole of N2H4. 0.750 mole of... remains unchanged. c . How much of each product, in moles...

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  9. ... L HCl) x (2 mol/ L ) = 0.06 mol HCl..., but there is not that much K2CO3... is the limiting reactant. (712.75 J.../mol K2CO3 ( c ) Nowhere ...

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  10. ... if HCl is the limiting reagent we have .05 moles... (q) + .05H20( l ) delta H =- 118 x .025 /1...10 ^3 j = 400g x 4.18 J / C .g x delta t C delta t...

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