Grams are same when looking for limiting reactant?

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legendarium
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Hey, the question was to find the limiting reactant for Lead II Nitrate and Potassium Chromate.

I did the work and ended up with 0.084 g for both calculations. (sorry im not sure how the proper jargon is in chem)

So the grams are the same...does that mean that there is not limiting reactant?
Also, the theoretical yield would be 0.084g then, right?
 

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  • #2
legendarium
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Unfortunately no one answered my question.

The answer is yes, there is no limiting reactant.
 

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