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How many moles of solid aluminum sulfide can be prepared when of 10.0 g of aluminum and 15.0 g of sulfur are heated up to form aluminum sulfide?

How many moles of solid aluminum sulfide can be prepared  when of 10.0 g of aluminum and 15.0 g of sulfur are heated up to form aluminum sulfide?

Use balanced chemical reaction. Which is the limiting reactant?

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sulfur is the limiting reactant. moles... View the full answer

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