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Problem: For the following reaction, 0.446 moles of carbon dioxide are mixed with 0.252 moles of potassium hydroxide.carbon dioxide (g) + potassium hydroxide (aq) → potassium carbonate (aq) + water (l) What is the FORMULA for the limiting reagent? What is the maximum amount of potassium carbonate that can be produced?

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For the following reaction, 0.446 moles of carbon dioxide are mixed with 0.252 moles of potassium hydroxide.

carbon dioxide (g) + potassium hydroxide (aq) → potassium carbonate (aq) + water (l) 

What is the FORMULA for the limiting reagent? 

What is the maximum amount of potassium carbonate that can be produced?

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