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Homework Help: applying stoichiometry

Posted by danielle on Sunday, February 5, 2012 at 5:42pm.

10.0 g aluminum reacts with 66.5g bromine to form 65.0g aluminum bromide. determine the limiting reactant and calculate the theoretical and percent yield. once the reaction has occured as completely as possible, what mass of the excess reactant is left?

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