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Need help in finding the limiting reactant For the unbalanced reaction, supposed exactly 5 grams of the each reactant is taken. Determine which reactant is limiting and also determine what mass of the excess reagent will remain after the limiting reactant is consumed The equation is: Na2B4O7+H2SO4 + H2O --> H3BO3+Na2SO4

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  1. anonymous
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    Can you balance the equation?

  2. anonymous
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    Yes Na2B407+H2SO4+5H2O-->4H3BO3+Na2SO4

  3. anonymous
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    So now that you have your balanced chemical equation do a factor label changing 5 grams of each reagent to moles, then use some stoichometry to convert your moles of reagent to moles of product and to save time add another step to go to grams of the product you decided to convert to.

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