Michel G.

asked • 05/22/21

0.85g of potassium chlorate decompose to produce potassium chloride&oxygen,how many g of potassium chloride can be produced? If student produces 0.355 g of potassium chloride, what is the % yield

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Michel G.

Hey, I think you made a mistake. It doesn’t have the same equation as the one in my question.
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05/26/21

Paolo S.

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Hi Michel, 2KClO3(s) ---> 2KCl(s) + 3O2(g). 0.355 is the actual yield. Use the video above as a reference on how to approach this problem. % yield will be actual (0.355 g) divided by theoretical yield which you will find out how to do in the video.
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05/26/21

Michel G.

Ohhh okay. Thank you so much!
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05/26/21

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