# Considering the limiting reactant concept, how many moles of C are produced from the reaction of 1.00 mol A and 1.00 mol B?

Jun 24, 2018

You have not specified a stoichiometric equation whose mass equivalence we can assess....

#### Explanation:

We could propose the reaction between, say, one mole of carbon, and one of dioxygen gas….

${\underbrace{C \left(s\right) + {O}_{2} \left(g\right)}}_{\text{12 g + 32 g" rarr underbrace(CO_2(g))_"44 g}}$

The number of ATOMS, and thus MASS are conserved absolutely.. What is the molar equivalence observed in this reaction?

$\text{Garbage in EQUALS garbage out..}$