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Chemical formula compounds are H2O and C2

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water and carbon dioxide. Carbonic acid is H2CO3

By applying formula, actual yield/theoretical yield (100)

You get an increased yield of H2CO3, as the equilibrium shifts to the side with fewer moles.

Carbon dioxide (CO2) and (H20) are the reactants that yield the product of carbonic acid (H2C03). The reaction occurs in both (equilibrium) directions by the formula H20 + CO2 <-->H2CO3.

Under pressure, carbon dioxide will dissolve in water to produce carbonic acid, H2CO3.

A; The amount of product we obtain after a chemical reaction is called yield.There are two types of yield one is actual yield and the other is the theoretical yield .Actual yield is that yield that we obtain originally in a reaction while the theoretical yield is calculated through a chemical equation. Mostly actual yield is less then theoretical yield because of crystallization, filtration,distillation etc

theoretical yield * 100/actual yield Edit: This is INCORRECT.

How much products is collected during a chemical reaction is called the yield. You can calculate your %yield by dividing your yield by the theoretical yield and multiplying by 100.

(practical yield/theoretical yield) x 100

A chemical reaction will yield products.

The measured of the amount of product obtained from a chemical reaction is called the yield. The yield can be further converted into a percent yield, which is the ratio of the actual yield of the experiment to the theoretical yield multiplied by 100.

Percentage yield = (Actual yield / Theoretical yield) x 100% The percentage yield for a reaction is a value between 0 to 100 percent.

A yield sign in a chemical equation is: An arrow this way ---> An arrow this way <--- on top of each other.

The theoretical yield is determinef by the study of the chemical reaction involved.

actual yield is that which can we pack for supply to those who required.

most chemists work for improvingthe yield of the reaction, knowing the percent yield for a chemical reaction, can help them make work aim

The actual yield of a reaction product is always less than the yield from the chemical equation. This is because of error.

Yield (also called as actual yield) is the amount of a product (aspirin) obtained by an experiment in a chemical reaction in a laboratory.

It is a chemical property as air sensitive compounds react with oxygen or air to yield a different compound. Physical properties don't alter the composition of the compound but rather the behaviour through different molecular arrangement.

The percent yield is the ratio of the actual yield to the theoretical yield. A mole ratio is a conversion factor derived from the coefficient of a balanced chemical equation interpreted in terms of moles.

yield is basically like an = sign in math. it is converting one equation to another

write down the formula for any substance entering into the (+) sign between the formulas as needed and put the yield after the last one.

The percent yield of a reaction measures the efficiency of a reaction. The relationship of the actual yield to the theoretical yield is used to determine this.