This is a question I have for Chemistry homework, but I don't understand how to solve it without a given mass. I narrowed the choices down (see below _) I know a limiting reactant well limits the reaction (so if there are 2 reactants) and the react left is the excess reactant.
Yes, one reactant is naturally limiting.Yes, there are two reactants.No, all reactants are in excess.No, there is only one reactant.propaneoxygencarbon dioxidewaterNot enough information to identify which is the limiting reactant.
It seems that you would need information about how much of each reactant you have when conducting this. edit: "Excess" is the key word here; so it hints that Oxygen is NOT the limiting reagent. Considering how combustion reactions are structured, the answer seems to be the other reactant here. 2b1af7f3a8