Limiting Reactant Stoichiometry Problems
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Consider the following reaction:

   2Na2O2 + 2H2O => 4NaOH + O2

 Given 15.06g of Na2O2 , and 7.69g of H2O
First determine which of the reactants is limiting.
What is the theoretical yield of NaOH ? (you must know which is the limiting reactant to get this right!)
Answer to the hundreth's place (0.01)
Yield: *

How much of the excess reactant is CONSUMED in the reaction?
Answer to the nearest hundredth's place (0.01)
Excess Used: *


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Ver 01.01.03 March 2016 - by G. W. Franz