24) Unit 7B Stoichiometry + Limiting Reactants

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16 questions
• Q1
A recipe calls for 1 banana , 3 scoops of ice cream and 2 teaspoonfuls of chocolate syrup = 1 banana split , then if you have 6 bananas, 9 scoops of ice cream and 10 teaspoonfuls of chocolate syrup. What is the limiting (ingredient) reactant
bananas
scoops of ice cream
chocolate syrup
banana splits
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• Q2
A recipe calls for 1 banana , 3 scoops of ice cream and 2 teaspoonfuls of chocolate syrup = 1 banana split , then if you have 5 bananas, 12 scoops of ice cream and 6 teaspoonfuls of chocolate syrup. What is the limiting (ingredient) reactant
banana splits
teaspoonfuls of chocolate syrup
bananas
scoops of ice cream
120s
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• Q3
A candle burning candle is placed in a jar and the covered what a lid. Within a minute the flame goes out. What was the limiting reactant?
candle
flame
lid
oxygen
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• Q4
A piece of paper is lit with a match and allowed to burn. Within a minute the flame goes out. What was the limiting reactant?
match
oxygen
paper
flame
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• Q5
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• Q6
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• Q7
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• Q8
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• Q9
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• Q10
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