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Answer on Inorganic Chemistry Question for Secretly

Question #21050
What is the limiting reagent and what is the quantity of SiC results from the reaction of 1.0g of Si and 0.5g of C? at, mass of Si= 28.08g/mol
Expert's answer
n(Si)= 1g/28.08g/mol = 0.0356 mol
n(C) = 0.5g/12g/mol = 0.0416 mol
Si + C = SiC
the limiting reagent - Si, because silicon in excess.

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