This resource is a set of 3 practice problems on percent yield.
This resource is part of the Chemistry course which contains units on Lab Setup and Safety; Nomenclature; Chemical Reactions and Balancing; Metric Systems & Conversions; Periodic Table and Trends; Atomic Structure; Nuclear Chemistry; Acids, Bases, & Salts; Bonding; Percent Composition; Solutions, Molarity, and Concentrations; Stoichiometry; Energy; Gas Laws; Reaction Rates and Equilibrium; Electron Configuration; and Redox Reactions.
You calculate that you will get 300.0 g of sodium chloride using stoichiometry, but you actually get 213.0 g of sodium chloride. What is the percent yield?
When synthesizing excess sodium and 100.0 g of chlorine gas in the lab you produce 40.0 g of sodium chloride. What is the percent yield?
Given the equation: NaHCO3 + HCl ? NaCl + H2O + CO2 Assume that you start with 2.00 g of sodium bicarbonate and excess hydrochloric acid and you end up with 10.0 g of sodium chloride, what is your percent yield in this reaction?