posted by Abby Walker on .
A certain amount of methane is burned. Using stoichiometry it is calculated that 18.85 g of carbon dioxide should be produced. Carried out in the lab, 16.34 g of carbon dioxide are actually produced. What is the theoretical yield of the reaction?
18.85 g CO2 is the theoretical yield.
Actual yield is 16.34.
Percent yield, although you didn'task for it, is
%Yield = (16.34/18.85)*100 = ?