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1) a student used 3.50 g of salicylic acid. calculate theoretical yield

2) the actual yield (from experiment) was found to be 1.50 g less than the theoretic yield (mass), calculate the percent yield

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It would help if we knew what you were doing.
#2. Theoretical yield = TE
actual yield = AE = TE-1.5
%yield = (AE/TE)*100 =

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