Joseph C.

asked • 09/14/20

Chemistry Limiting Reactant and Theoretical Yield

If someone may help me with this problem attacked below, I can't seem to figure it out and its taking some time, please and thanks.


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Joseph C.

Hello Mr. Jacques I got put off guard with few of the things you were saying, if you don't mind showing me how to do it that would be amazing! Thanks again for explaining, I did understand few things, but if you'd show me how to do it, that would be great!
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09/15/20

JACQUES D.

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solving for nH2 = PV/RT = (391/760 atm)(1.80 liters)/((.0821)(315K) Once you have moles of H2, you multiply by 1 mole of Meth / 2 moles of H2 and then multiply by 32 g / mole for methanol. That gives you grams of methanol. I hope that helps.
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09/15/20

Joseph C.

I really appreciate it, at least I know what I did was correct. I thank you for your time sir and have a great day!
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09/15/20

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