Science, asked by dkshankladk, 2 days ago

In the combustion of methane of methane in air, what is the limiting reactant and why ?


Answered by fsoniasingha
Methane is the limiting reagent because the other reactant is oxygen of air which is always present in excess. Thus the amounts of carbon dioxide & water formed will depend upon the amount of methane burnt.

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Answered by Rubal789
Methane is Limiting Reactant because it is present in lesser amount and oxygen is present in larger amount.
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