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What would be produced if two pieces of bread and a slice of salami reacted together? + ?
2B + S ?
+ 2B + S B 2 S
+ 2B + 1S 1B 2 S
+ Bread (B) and Salami (S) react in a 2 to 1 (2:1) ratio to produce sandwich (B 2 S)
+ ? What would be produced if four pieces of bread and two slices of salami reacted together?
4B + 2S ?
+ 4B + 2S2B 2 S
+ 6B + 2S ?
+ + (leftover)
6B + 2S + 2B 2 S
6B + 2S + 2B 2 S The amount of salami limits the amount of sandwiches that can be produced
19B + 2S ? +
19B + 2S 2B 2 S +
+ + (leftover)
+ 4B + 9S
4B + 9S ? +
+ (Remember: the bread and salami react in a 2:1 ratio)
4B + 9S 2B 2 S + + (leftover)
The amount of bread limits the amount of sandwiches that can be produced 4B + 9S 2B 2 S +
The 2:1 reactionratio of bread:salami is maintained with excess bread or excess salami 4B + 9S 2B 2 S +
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Limiting Reactant + ? 2B + S ? +
Limiting Reactant. + ? 2B + S ?
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