rachie19
  • rachie19
So i did a lab today and i have to find the theoretical yield of copper i know how to find the theoretical yield im just a little confused here is are my results for the lab Mass of Mg used: 0.301 Moles of Mg used:1.248 *10^-2 Mass of Copper produced:.118 grams Moles of Copper produced:1.85 *10^-3 Mg/copper mole ratio: 7:1 Correct equation: Mg(s)+CuSO4---> MgSO4 +Cu all I am missing is the theoretical, actual and percent yeild. I need some guidance Please =)
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rachie19
  • rachie19
mass of copper produced should be .118 grams
Photon336
  • Photon336
So the theoretical yield is like how many grams of products you would expect based from the chemical reaction
Photon336
  • Photon336
Experimental yield is what you get from doing the lab

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rachie19
  • rachie19
ok so 2Cu? would be what i would use
Photon336
  • Photon336
You mean CuSO4 right? Limiting reagent can only be one of the reactant(s) what you start out with

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