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3. Is determining the excess reactant and limiting reactant an important part of a synthesis reaction? Is it an important part of a decomposition reaction? Explain.

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  1. Both are important but I would like to hear your thoughts instead of answering the question for you.I shall be happy to critique your thoughts.

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    posted by DrBob222

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