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If you mixed 10.0 mL of calcium nitrate and sodium phosphate, both 0.250M,which of the two would be the limiting reactant?

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    Convert both reactants to mols. mols = M x L = ?

    Using the coefficients, convert each reactant to mols of product formed.

    The one producing the smaller number of mols of product is the limiting reagent.

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