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don't know what the thing will look like after it's been dehydrated using conc. sulfuric acid.
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don't know what the thing will look like after it's been dehydrated using conc. sulfuric acid.
A carbon will lose a hydrogen and hydroxyl group and form a double bound with its neighbour.
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A carbon will lose a hydrogen and hydroxyl group and form a double bound with its neighbour.
i see...... i don't understand question 1 part 4 how do i calculate the percentage yield?
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i see...... i don't understand question 1 part 4 how do i calculate the percentage yield?
\mathrm{\% \ yield = \dfrac{actual \ yield}{theoretical \ yield} \times 100}
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\mathrm{\% \ yield = \dfrac{actual \ yield}{theoretical \ yield} \times 100}
How do i work out the theoretical yield?
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How do i work out the theoretical yield?
Work out the moles of reactant and moles of expected product using stoichiometric ratios. Use the mol/mass triangle to workout the mass of expected product in grams. This is the theoretical yield.
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Work out the moles of reactant and moles of expected product using stoichiometric ratios. Use the mol/mass triangle to workout the mass of expected product in grams. This is the theoretical yield.
So do i have to translate that skeletal formula into number of atoms so i can find the relative mass of the compound?
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So do i have to translate that skeletal formula into number of atoms so i can find the relative mass of the compound?
Yup, there's Cs, Hs and Os to count.
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