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Posted by ABCD on Friday, July 8, 2011 at 9:12pm.

Consider the following reaction. CaO (s) + CO2 (g) = CaCO3 (s) A chemist allows 14.4 g of CaO and 13.8 g of CO2 to react. When the reaction is finished, the chemist collects 19.4 g of CaCO3. Determine the limiting reactant, theoretical yield, and percent yield for the reactio
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CaO; 32 g CaCO3; 60.6%
CaCO3; 25.7 g CaO; 45.5%
CaCO3; 67.2 g CaO; 28.9%
CaO; 25.7 g CaCO3; 75.5%
CaO; 15.0 g CaCO3; 129%

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