Limiting Reactant - Limiting Reactant Experiment #9 Shelley...

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Limiting Reactant Experiment #9 Shelley M Hobbs Chemistry 1111.002
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When a substance is being created it will take two or more reactants to complete the reaction. In such a case there will have to be enough of those substances to fully complete the reaction to make a product. So now that we know that there has to be enough of each substance what will happen if there is too much of one substance and a smaller amount of the other. Now that we know that there has to be two or more substances for a reaction to happen, we must now find out how much of the product can be made with a certain amount of reactants. What if there is 400 grams of on reactant and 10 grams of another? Can the reaction still take place, will nothing happen, and if it does how much of the product will be made? In this experiment we will answer all of these questions. For instance lets look at what would happen if we took 0.268 grams of Na 2 SO 4 and 0.402 grams BaCl 2 *H 2 O. We first find the moles. Start with finding the Formula Weight of each reactant. Na
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