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which starting material is the limiting reagent in this procedure? which reagent is used in excess?How great is the molar excess(how many times greater)?

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    The equation is: Acetic acid + Isopentyl alcohol ---> Isopentyl acetate.
    Of course there is a mundane acid catalyst. How great is the molar excess knowing that acetic acid is in excess and isopentyl alcohol is limited?

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