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Q: The actual yield of the given reaction is 14.4what is your percent yield?
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The percent yield of the given reaction is 70.4 C2H5OHHBrC2H5BrH2O What is the actual yield if 80.0g of C2H5OH was used for the reaction This is what I came up with. 70.480.010056.32 help?

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What is the term for the amount of product calculated to be obtained from a given amount of reactant?

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2% of 405187 is 8103.74. So the actual answer is somewhere between 397083.26 and 413290.74.

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