Chemistry
jamalboussif
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Which chemical is the limiting reagent for the entire series of reactions? Why?

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minniemoese13

I'm assuming that you are asking a general question because you did not include an example. The limiting reagent is the item in the reactants (reagents) that will run out first. This is because it limits what the reaction can produce, essentially causing the leftover elements/compounds to just sit there.

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