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Homework Help: chemistry final step

Posted by thad on Wednesday, January 30, 2013 at 4:45pm.

If you have 24.98 grams of P and 74.99 grams of O2, how many moles of each compound do you have present?

so I got .805 of P (limiting)
and 2.343 O2 (excess)

how do i do this step ?
If you have 24.98 grams of P and 74.99 grams of O2, how many moles of each compound do you have present?

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