Excess Reagent?

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Excess reagent is the reactants that are not used up when a chemical reaction is finished. You can find out which reactants will be left over after a reaction by solving chemical equations. The opposite of excess reagents are limiting reagents, which limit the amount of reacting that can happen.
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