## How do you calculate the theoretical yield?

Multiply the ratio by the limiting reactant’s quantity in moles. The answer is the theoretical yield, in moles, of the desired product.

## What is the theoretical yield in a reaction?

As we just learned, the theoretical yield is the maximum amount of product that can be formed in a chemical reaction based on the amount of limiting reactant. In practice, however, the actual yield of product—the amount of product that is actually obtained—is almost always lower than the theoretical yield.

**How do you find theoretical and percent yield?**

Theoretical yield is calculated based on the stoichiometry of the chemical equation. The actual yield is experimentally determined. The percent yield is determined by calculating the ratio of actual yield/theoretical yield.

**What is theoretical yield of NaCl?**

NaCl gives fewer “moles of reaction”, so NaCl is the limiting reactant. So theoretical yield is. 0.7829 mol reaction × 2 mol NaCl1 mol reaction×58.44 g NaCl1 mol NaCl = 91.5 g NaCl.

### What is the theoretical yield of the product?

The theoretical yield is the amount of the product in g formed from the limiting reagent. From the moles of limiting reagent available, calculate the grams of product that is theoretically possible (same as Step 4 above). The actual yield is the amount of the product in g actually formed in the laboratory.

### How do you find actual yield with only theoretical yield?

The theoretical yield refers to the amount that should be form when the limiting reagent is completely consumed. The actual yield is expressed as a percentage of the theoretical yield. This is called the percent yield. To find the actual yield, simply multiply the percentage and theoretical yield together.

**How do I calculate YTM in Excel?**

6. Now, this is the crucial part. In the corresponding cell, B6 type the following formula =RATE(B4,B3*B2,-B5,B2) Press enter and the answer is the Yield to Maturity rate in %.

**Is YTM the same as IRR?**

The main difference between IRR and YTM is that the IRR is used to review the relative worth of projects, while YTM is used in bond analysis to decide the relative value of bond investments.

## What is the theoretical yield of Cl2?

(b) The theoretical yield of Cl2 is 22.9 g .