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does limiting reagents react wuth all the reacnats?

Is the limiting reagent used to calculate the amount of products?

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    The limiting reagent is used to calculate the amount of product obtained in a chemical reaction. All of the limiting reagent reacts, but unless a stoichiometric amount of the other reactant is present, some of it will not react.

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