# Circuit Training - Limiting Reactant Calculations Bundle Subject
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1. This 10 problem circuit has questions requiring students to identify the limiting reactants, determining theoretical yield, determining percent yield, and identifying how much of the excess reactant is present at the end of the reaction. The same reaction is used in each problem so students can focu
2. This 4 problem circuit has questions requiring students to identify the limiting reactants, determining theoretical yield, determining percent yield, and identifying how much of the excess reactant is present at the end of the reaction. The same reaction is used in each problem so student's can focu
3. This 4 problem circuit has questions requiring students to identify the limiting reactants, determining theoretical yield, determining percent yield, and identifying how much of the excess reactant is present at the end of the reaction. The same reaction is used in each problem so student's can focu
4. This 4 problem circuit has questions requiring students to identify the limiting reactants, determining theoretical yield, determining percent yield, and identifying how much of the excess reactant is present at the end of the reaction. The same reaction is used in each problem so student's can focu
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This bundle has three one page circuits with four limiting reactant problems on each. There is also a ten problem circuit has questions requiring students to identify the limiting reactants, determining theoretical yield, determining percent yield, and identifying how much of the excess reactant is present at the end of the reaction. The same reaction is used in each problem so students can focus on the limiting reactant calculations. A lot of students struggle with this unit and getting instant feedback by finding correct answers can help instill confidence in them.

These may be worked cooperatively, as homework, or as a quiz.

Students answer the question found in cell #1 and search through the rest of the circuit for the cell that has that answer in it. They label that cell #2 and work it and continue through the rest of the circuit until the final cell is worked and its answer is found in cell #1, completing the circuit.

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