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Al+S=Al2S3
Balanced equ= 2Al+3S=Al2S3
10 grams of Al were mixed with 15 gram of S
Find: limiting reagent al or s?
How much Al2S3 were formed in reaction?
What is the excess reagent?Al or S?
How much excuss reagent left over after reactin?

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