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** Calculation, percent theoretical yield **

Calculating theoretical yield is a typical stoichiometry problem. Solve part (a). [Pg.277]

Table 4 Calculated Theoretical Yields for Mixed Coupling Reactions Products R —R |

Table 4. Calculated theoretical yields for mixed coupling products R- R |

The actual yield of a reaction was 11.74 g of product, while the calculated theoretical yield was 16.09 g. What was the percentage yield [Pg.205]

Determine the percentage yield of a reaction from its calculated theoretical yield and its measured actual yield (Section 2.6, Problems 49 and 50). [Pg.46]

From adsorption analysis data, it is possible to calculate theoretical yields of deoiled wax, asphalt, resins, and solvent extraction yields of waxy raffinate. Nearly 100 different stocks have been so evaluated by California Research Corp. during the past few years and many of these data have been correlated with operations in refinery equipment and with pilot plant operations. [Pg.195]

Students frequently have difficulty in setting up Tables of Reactants and Products and calculating theoretical yields, so two hypothetical examples are provided for your reference. [Pg.14]

The mass of product isolated after a reaction is often less than the mass theoretically possible. The ratio of the ac-tnal isolated mass (actnal yield) to the calculated theoretical yield multiplied by 100 is the percentage yield. Objective 8, Exercise 5.56 [Pg.200]

Strategy Convert reactant grams to moles, rmd determine which is the limiting reactant Use the balanced equation to determine the number of moles of aspirin that can be produced, and convert this number of moles to grams for the theoretical yield. Use the actual yield (given in the problem) and the calculated theoretical yield to calculate the percent yield. [Pg.96]

** Calculation, percent theoretical yield **

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