What is used up in and stops a chemical reaction? (a) percent yield (b) limiting reactant (c) theoretical yield (d) excess reactant
The correct option is (b)
A chemical reaction is a chemical combination,rearrangement or disintegration of chemical substance(s) (called reactants) to form new chemical substance(s) (called products).
A limiting reactant is the reactant that is totally used up during the course of a reaction. When this reactant is used up, it limits the amount of products formed and eventually stops the chemical reaction.
The limiting reagent is the reactant that is used up completely. This stops the reaction and no further products are made. ... This method is most useful when there are only two reactants. The limiting reagent can also be derived by comparing the amount of products that can be formed from each reactant.
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they are made of gases.
they have a spherical shape.
they make energy through fusion.