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which would be the limiting reagent in the reaction: 2H2(g) + O2(g) => 2H2O(g)

1. 50 molecules of H2

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2. 50 molecules of O2

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  1. if you put 50 molecules of H2,you would need 25 of O. So, the H2 is limiting.

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