Activity two: just lemons, inc. production here's a one-batch sample of just lemons lemonade production. determine the percent yield and amount of leftover ingredients for lemonade production and place your answers in the data chart. hint: complete stoichiometry calculations for each ingredient to determine the theoretical yield. complete a limiting reactant-to-excess reactant calculation for both excess ingredients. water sugar lemon juice lemonade percent yield leftover ingredients 946.36 g 196.86 g 193.37 g 2050.25 g 89% just lemons lemonade recipe equation: 2 water + sugar + lemon juice = 4 lemonade mole conversion factors: 1 mole of water = 1 cup = 236.59 g 1 mole of sugar = 1 cup = 225 g 1 mole of lemon juice = 1 cup = 257.83 g 1 mole of lemonade = 1 cup = 719.42 g show your calculations below. analysis questions 1. based on taste observations only, which ingredients were in excess in the lemonade samples in activity one? in activity one the excess substances for each sample were the water and sugar. 2. based on the data in activity two, which excess ingredients are affecting the taste of the lemonade in the sample batch? 3. what can just lemons, inc. do during production to reduce the amount of excess ingredients and improve the taste of their lemonade? 4. try to reduce the amount of leftover ingredients by changing the amount of one, two, or all three starting ingredients. show your stoichiometric calculations below. 5. during factory inspection, just lemons, inc. discovered that a water valve to the lemonade mixing station was not functioning. once they repair it, more water will enter the mixing station. from what you know about the limiting and excess ingredients for current lemonade production, what advice would you give engineers about the upcoming increase in water?
the correct answer is b. a strong acid completely dissociates to its ions when dissolved in water. completely dissociates to and ions. a is incorrect because does not fully ionize to and ions and some remain as the compound . c and d are incorrect because, and do not fall into the category of bronsted lowry acids. a bronsted lowry acid is a proton donor and since both molecules do not have a proton to donate they are not bronsted lowry acids. likewise, if we use the lewis acid definition, they cannot be acids. a lewis acid is an electron pair acceptor. both and have a complete octet so can not accept any electrons which disqualifies them as acids.