Asked Nov 12, 2019

Quicklime, CaO (56.08 g/mol), and water can be produced by heating calcium hydroxide, Ca(OH)(74.09 g/mol). What is the percent yield if 45.0 g of quicklime is obtained from 90.0 g of calcium hydroxide?


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Ca(OH), CaO+H2O


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