Recall: Molarity is given by:
We first need to calculate the moles of A and B present. Assuming that we have 1 L of each solution, we have:
The limiting reactant is the one that produces less amount of product. We need to determine the amount of C formed by A and B.
Consider the reaction:
2A(aq) + B(aq) → C(aq)
What is the limiting reactant if you mix equal volumes of a 6 M solution of A and a 6 M solution of B?
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