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Posted by Anonymous on Tuesday, October 5, 2010 at 7:23pm.

Suppose 65.8 g of Carbon monoxide reacts with 8.6 g of hydrogen.


What is the limiting reagent?

What is the theoretical yield of the product in moles and grams?

If the actual yield of the product is 3.57 g, what is the percent yield?

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