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Is your experimental yield of alum greater than, less than or equal to the theoretical yield? Give specific reasons as to why this might the case.

Mass of aluminum (g) = 1.0157
 
Mass of dry alum (g) = 12.9308
 
Theoretical yield (g) = 17.858
 
Percent yield (%) = 72.42
 

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