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given the reactant amounts specified in each chemical eguation, determine the limiting reactant in each case:

a. HCL+NaOH->NaCl+H2O
2.0 mole of HCl
2.5 mole NaOH
b. Zn+2HCl->ZnCl2+H2
2.5 mole Zn
6.o mole HCl
c. 2Fe(OH)3+3H2SO4->Fe2(SO4)3+6H2O
4.0 mole Fe(OH)3
6.5 mole H2SO4

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