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Homework Help: chemistry questions

Posted by john on Thursday, April 17, 2008 at 9:12pm.

how do you distinquish between a limiting reactant and the excess reactant in a chemical reaction?

b) how do you distinguish between the theoretical yield and actual yield in stoichiometric calculations and how does the value of the theoretical yield generally compare with the value of the actual yield?

c) why are the actual yields usually less than calculated theoretical yields?

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