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17.8 grams of CH4 reacts with 55.4 g of )2 to from CO2 and H20

what is the mass of H20 formed? and how much excess reactant is leftover?

so i think that O2 is the limiting reagent and CH4 is the excess reagent

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    I picked this up at the original post. I was out of pocket about three hours or I would have answered sooner. I have also included what to do with the excess reagent part of the problem. If you still have questions, post a new question but copy all of the work that's been done.

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