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Welcome to Bateman’s Buffet
Cornbread Muffins Fried Chicken Grilled Potatoes Mac & Cheese Green BeansBeef Ribs Today’s Menu
Serving Size Question: How many maximum guests can we serve a complete meal to today?
Available Servings5 68 866 Question: How many maximum guests can we serve a complete meal to today?
5 The cornbread muffins limit how many people we can serve. Everything else is in excess. Answer
How does this relate to Stoichiometry?
Limiting reactant- the reactant that runs out first during a chemical reaction Limiting Reactant
Excess reactant- the reactant that is left after the reaction has stopped Excess Reactant
Bottom Line You can only serve as many guests as you have enough food. In Chemistry, we can only make as much product as we have limiting reactant.
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