Problem: The limiting reagent in a particular reaction can be recognized because it is the reagent that   a) has the smallest coefficient in the balanced equation. b) has the smallest mass in the reaction mixture. c) is present in the smallest molar quantity. d) would be used up first.

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The limiting reagent in a particular reaction can be recognized because it is the reagent that  

a) has the smallest coefficient in the balanced equation.

b) has the smallest mass in the reaction mixture.

c) is present in the smallest molar quantity.

d) would be used up first.

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