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  • one year ago

Is there any reaction which has no limiting reactant?...?? Is it possible?

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Limiting reagents are generally those reagents that are completely used up in the reaction. Reversible reactions would not have a limiting reagents as reactants are synthesized again and are not 'limiting'.

  2. anonymous
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    Also, if the reactants are mixed in the correct stoichiometric ratios to use them all up, there will not be a limiting reagent.

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