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-What are two possible reasons why percentage yield is different from 100%

 

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There is a theoretical or the stochiometric yield. This yield is calculated using the reaction given. The percentage yield is the yield calculated using the actual yield.

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The formula for the per...

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actual yield x 100 the oretical yield percentage yield=

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