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for a combination reaction, it was calculated that 7.59g of A would exactly react with 4.88g of B. these amounts were reacted, and 9.04g of product was isolated. what was the percentage yield of reaction??

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    For a combination reaction, you have
    A + B ==> C
    A = 7.59g + B of 4.88 = 12.47 grams as the theoretical yield.
    %yield = (mass product/theoretical yield)*100 = ??

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