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Preparing an Iron Coordination ComplexName: ___________________________________Section: ___________Date: ________________Purpose (goal of the experiment):Experimental data:Mass of FeCl3·6H2O used (g)Molar Mass of FeCl3·6H2O (g/mol)Amount of FeCl3·6H2O used (mol)Mass of CH3CO2Na·3H2O used (g)Molar Mass of CH3CO2Na·3H2O (g/mol)Amount of CH3CO2Na·3H2O used (mol)Volume of acetylacetone used (mL)Molar Mass of acetylacetone (g/mol)Amount of acetylacetone used (mol)Which reactant is the limiting reactant?Theoretical yield of Fe(acac)3(g)Mass of filter paper (g)Mass of empty cup (g)Mass of cup with filtered product (g)Actual yield of Fe(acac)3(g)Percent yield (%)Calculations:
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Stoichiometry, Theoretical Yield, Iron Coordination Complex, 0 42 g, 0 976 g
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