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    Hey guys.

    Im trying to figure out what i should use in my percentage yield calculation. My product is triphenylmethanol (the product of a grignard reaction) and i have masses for bromobenzene and magnesium turnings which i used to make the grignard and methyl benzoate for the actual reaction. Which masses do i need to use?
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    Hey guys.

    Im trying to figure out what i should use in my percentage yield calculation. My product is triphenylmethanol (the product of a grignard reaction) and i have masses for bromobenzene and magnesium turnings which i used to make the grignard and methyl benzoate for the actual reaction. Which masses do i need to use?
    well which one is most probably the limiting reactant? ie the one that is completely used up, that would be the one value to be used.
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    [QUOTE/]well which one is most probably the limiting reactant? ie the one that is completely used up, that would be the one value to be used.[/QUOTE]

    Where would i be without you shegnoc :P Thanks
 
 
 
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