4-2: Limiting Reagents
Chapter 4

Dr. Robert Belford & Rebekah Reinhart




Question 1
How many grams of CO2 can be formed from 67 grams of C and 194 grams of O2? The unbalanced equation is

(A)  250g
(B)  270g
(C)  44g
(D)  NOTA
 
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Question 2
How many grams of Fe2S3 can be formed from 780 grams of Na2S and 324 grams of FeCl3? The unbalanced equation is

(A)  416g
(B)  324g
(C)  208g
(D)  NOTA
 
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Question 3
How many grams of Mg(OH)2 can be formed from 165 grams of H2O and 165 grams of Mg3N2? The unbalanced equation is

(A)  165g
(B)  268g
(C)  495g
(D)  NOTA
 
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Question 4
How many grams of SO2 can be formed from 45.0 grams of S and 60.0 grams of O2? The unbalanced equation is

(A)  89.7g
(B)  120.5g
(C)  60.0g
(D)  NOTA
 
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Question 5
How many grams of Al2O3 can be formed from 120. grams of Al and 120. grams of O2? The unbalanced equation is

(A)  255g
(B)  226g
(C)  240g
(D)  NOTA
 
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