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3 acids and bases acidic solutions have a sour taste

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Unformatted text preview: tants - > Products - Balancing equations is very important in solving equations - The coefficients in equations represent the number of molecules that react with each other. - Usually we go for the smallest whole number coefficients Chapter 1.12 Limiting Reactant EXAMPLE - A cheese sandwich consists of 1 bun and 1 slice of cheese. - You have 100 buns, and 32 slices of cheese. How many cheese sandwiches can you make??? - Cheese is the limiting reactant, buns are the excess reactant. Reactants aren’t always mixed in there stoichiometric proportions. Often you’ll have to decide which one is the limiting reactant. - - - - - - - - The final amount of limiting reactant is always zero Yield: the amount of product obtained in a chemical reaction. Chapter 2.1 Solute Concentrations, Molarity Most chemical reactions occur in solution Concentration: the number of moles of solute per volume of solution, another term is molarity [ ]s a...
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