053008 - Percent Yield y Reaction of iron (III) oxide with...

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Diatomic Elements y H 2 y N 2 y O 2 y F 2 y Cl 2 y Br 2 y I 2
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Limiting Reactant
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Limiting Reactant y Ammonia can be synthesized by reaction of nitrogen monoxide with hydrogen, a byproduct will be water. Starting with 86.3 g NO and 25.6 g H 2 , determine the amount of ammonia that can be produced. Which is the limiting reactant? How much of the other reactant is left over?
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Summary of Process for Limiting Reactant
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Percent Yield y Titanium metal can be obtained from titanium (iV) oxide by reaction with elemental C, carbon monoxide is a by product. When 28.6 kg of C is allowed to react with 88.2 kg of titanium (IV) oxide, 42.8 kg of Ti is produced. Find the limiting reactant, theoretical yield (in kg), and the percent yield.
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Unformatted text preview: Percent Yield y Reaction of iron (III) oxide with carbon monoxide yields pure iron and carbon dioxide. The reaction of 167 g iron (III) oxide with 85.8 g carbon monoxide produces 72.3 g of iron. Find the limiting reactant, theoretical yield, and percent yield. Zumdahl Chapter 4 TYPES OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS AND SOLUTION STOICHIOMETRY Why solutions y Reactions between ions occur rapidly y All life depends on water y The majority of reactions occur in water Definitions y Solvent y Solute y Hydrophilic y Hydrophobic Definitions y Solubility y Electrolyte y Dilution y Polar Molecule Definitions y Salt y Acid y Base...
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