Welcome to the easy learning Limiting Reagents site!
Here is the map of the site to make the learning process easy as possible!
Note: The most beneficial way of using this sight is to follow each page chronologically.
Page Two: The Introduction Page
Our second link on the house links listed above is our introduction to limiting reagents.
This page defines limiting reagents and gives two clear basic examples of limiting reagents, one metaphoric and one scientific, to enforce the definition as clear as possible to you.
Page Three: Finding The Limiting Reagent
Our third link on the house links listed above is our lesson teaching the steps of finding the limiting reagent using a basic example problem you would find on your average chemistry test.
We teach and show the easy five steps to finding the limiting reagent by doing a basic problem for you and explaining the process of each step clearly so you can soon do it on your own!
Page Four: Example Problems
Our fourth link on the house links listed above is 10 example problems for you to do to solve for the limiting reagents yourself.
The questions are formatted the same as the example in the page before and are multiple choice. By clicking on the correct answer, you are led to a page telling you your answer was right. By clicking on the wrong answer, you are led to a page showing the steps you should have followed so you can identify where you went wrong.
Page Five: Using Limiting Reagents
Our fifth link on the house links listen above is the next step in limiting reagent knowledge: how to use limiting reagents
The purpose of this section is to enforce the knowledge of limiting reagents you have just gained and going just one step further and considering how much the reagent limits the equation and discovering the amount of product you gain.
Page Six: Example Problems 2
Our sixth link on the house links listed above is 10 example questions for you to solve for the number of grams produced by the limiting reagent.
The questions are formatted in the same way as the example on the page before. You must solve the equation on a piece of paper and check your answer by clicking the answer key link. Please note that your answer could differ from the answer key by a little bit depending on how you rounded your decimals.
Page Seven: Percentage Yield
Our seventh link on the house links listed above explains percentage yield.
This page defines mainly the different between using limiting reagents as example problems and using limiting reagents in reality; you don't always use the exact amount of product when doing an experiment in real life. On this page, percentage yield, actual yield, and theoretical yield are defined and the formula for solving for percentage yield is given.
Page Eight: Finding Your Yields
Our eighth link on the house links listed above explains the process of solving for either the percentage or actual yield.
We show you 4 easy steps to solving both the percentage and actual yield by doing a problem for you and explaining the process of each step clearly so you can do it on your own!
Page Nine: Example Problems 3
Our ninth and final page on the house links above is 10 example problems for you to do to solve for either the percentage or actual yield.
the questions are formatted the same way as the two on the page before. You must solve the example on a piece of paper paper and check your answer by clicking on the answer key link below the question. Please note that your answer could differ from the answer key by a little bit depending on how you rounded your decimals.