The value obtained when an equation is used to calculate the amount of product that will form during a reaction?
The value obtained when an equation is used to calculate the amount of product that will form during a reaction is called THE THEORETICAL YIELD.
Explain the relationship between the actual yield of a reaction product and the chemical equation of the product?
How do you calculate the moles or mass of a product when you have the volume and concentration of both reactants with stoichiometry?
The maximum amount of product that can be formed is found by first writing out the balanced equation for the reaction. Calculate the number of moles of starting material you have (moles = mass/molar mass) Use the equation to figure out how many moles of product this will produce. Convert this to grams by multiplying by the mole mass (of the new substance this time.)
Theoretical yield can be determined in chemistry by using reaction formulas to indicate how many moles of product are yielded. This yield is theoretical as it assumes no sources of error and complete consumption of reactants to create a perfect reaction. Calculating theoretical yield requires balancing the equation to determine how many moles of product result.
Does an equation indicates the number of atoms of each product and each reactant involved in a reaction?
Not quite. A properly balanced an equation indicates the number of atoms of any elemental product and any elemental reactant involved in a reaction, along with the number of molecules of any molecular compound product and any molecular compound reactant involved in the reaction. The original sentence is deficient because in any chemical reaction, there must be at least one non-elemental product or reactant.
Yes when you carry out any chemical reaction you will have some product at the end of the reaction. The things with which you start your chemical reaction is called reactants and the things which you get at the end are the products. For every chemical reation there is a product obtained and often catalyst are also used in it.
% yield is the amount obtained from a reaction divided by the amount that can possibly be obtained times 100. % yield=(actual yield/theoretical yield) * 100% actual yield=the real amount of product that is actually produced in the reaction. theoretical yield=the imaginary amount of product that is likely to form.