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Posted by Charile on Sunday, May 23, 2010 at 4:17pm.

If 11.53g hydrogen sulfide reacts with 3.97g oxygen gas in the following reaction:
2H2S + O2 + H2O

which is the maximum mass of sulfur that can be produced?

which is the limiting reactant ?

which reactant is in excess ? by how many grams?

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