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A reaction that has been calculated to produce 60.0 grams of Copper (II) Chloride actually produces 50.0 grams of Copper (II) Chloride. What is the percent yield?
A
0.833%
B
96.1%
C
83.8%
D
120%

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    %yield = (actual amount/theoretical amount)*100 = ?

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