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how do you find the percentage yield of something? i made
0.33g of aspirin before recrystallisation
0.12g of aspirin after recrystallisation
I used 4cm3 of ethanoic anhydride
2.0g of 2-hydroxybenzenecarboxylic acid

what is my theoretical yield, actual yield and percentage yield?
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how do you find the percentage yield of something? i made
0.33g of aspirin before recrystallisation
0.12g of aspirin after recrystallisation
I used 4cm3 of ethanoic anhydride
2.0g of 2-hydroxybenzenecarboxylic acid

what is my theoretical yield, actual yield and percentage yield?
If your reaction is perfect you get 100% yield. You work this out from the moles of the limiting reagent used ==> moles of product ==> mass of product.
actual yield is the mass of product
percentage yield is (actual/theoretical)*100
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im rubbish when It comes to moles
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Your actual yield is 0.12g
Your TY is calculated using the moles of 2-hydroxybenzenoic acid.
As the molar ratio of the acid to aspirin is 1:1. You assume you form 2g if aspirin. Using this mass you calculate moles: moles=mass/mr

Then calculate PY=AT/TY
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Your actual yield is 0.12g
Your TY is calculated using the moles of 2-hydroxybenzenoic acid.
As the molar ratio of the acid to aspirin is 1:1. You assume you form 2g if aspirin. Using this mass you calculate moles: moles=mass/mr

Then calculate PY=AT/TY
wow thank you so much!
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Your actual yield is 0.12g
Your TY is calculated using the moles of 2-hydroxybenzenoic acid.
As the molar ratio of the acid to aspirin is 1:1. You assume you form 2g if aspirin. Using this mass you calculate moles: moles=mass/mr

Then calculate PY=AT/TY
How about if i'm trying to find the percentage yield of the aspirin before recrystallisation
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I don't get how to find the mass and mr of the aspirin also do I find the moles of the 2-hydroxybenzoic acid using that equation aswell?
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can someone please do it for me I really need help! its for my assignment thats due in a few hours!!!
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How about if i'm trying to find the percentage yield of the aspirin before recrystallisation
Then your actual yield is the mass of aspirin before recrystallisation. Which is 0.33g
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Then your actual yield is the mass of aspirin before recrystallisation. Which is 0.33g
thank you. I still don't get the mr and moles stuff. could you work it out for me? I really need to complete it by the end of the day
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