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When NH3 is prepared from 28 g of N2 and excess H2, the theoretical yield of NH3 is 34 g. When this reaction is carried out in a given experiment, only 30 g is produced. What is the percent yield?

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% yield = (actual/theoretical)*100 =
(30/34)*100 = ??

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