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Percent Yield

cava chem 303 S1U6L11 Percent Yield

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The actual amount of product may be less than the amount you've [...]. The actual amount of product may be less than the amount you've predicted.
The maximum amount of product that can be obtained from any reaction is called the [...] yield. The maximum amount of product that can be obtained from any reaction is called the theoretical yield.
Remember that the theoretical yield is based on the [...]. Remember that the theoretical yield is based on the equation
When you actually perform the specified chemical reaction, you obtain an amount of product called the [...] yield. When you actually perform the specified chemical reaction, you obtain an amount of product called the actual yield.
For many reasons, the [...] yield is most often lower than the [...] yield. For many reasons, the actual yield is most often lower than the theoretical yield.
The [...] yield communicates the difference between the actual yield and the theoretical yield. The percent yield communicates the difference between the actual yield and the theoretical yield.
The percent yield is a number without [...] (it's just a percentage). The percent yield is a number without units (it's just a percentage).
[...] Yield = 100 * (actual yield)/(theoretical yield) Percent Yield = 100 * (actual yield)/(theoretical yield)
The [...] yield is the yield you calculate based on stoichiometry. The theoretical yield is the yield you calculate based on stoichiometry.
The 'yield' of a reaction is how much [...] it yields (gives, creates, etc.). The 'yield' of a reaction is how much product it yields (gives, creates, etc.).
Percent Yield = 100 * ([...] yield)/([...] yield) Percent Yield = 100 * (actual yield)/(theoretical yield)
Percent Yield = [...] * (actual yield)/(theoretical yield) Percent Yield = 100 * (actual yield)/(theoretical yield)
Percent Yield = 100 * [...] Percent Yield = 100 * (actual yield)/(theoretical yield)
Created by: mr.shapard