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Someone please help. Use the problem below to answer the question. HCl + NaOH → NaCl + H2O 1. If 30g of HCl is dissolved and 10g of NaCl is produced, what is the theoretical yield of the experiment? 2. If 30 g of HCl is dissolved and 10 g of NaCl is produced, what is the percent yield of the experiment?

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    how much Cl is in 10g of NaCl? how much Cl does 30g HCl have? divide these 2 to get the % yield.

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