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What is the percent yield if the actual yield from this reaction is 174 g?

To calculate theoretical and percent yields, given the masses of multiple reactants.
A balanced chemical reaction gives the mole ratios between reactants and products. For example, one mole of white phosphorus, P4, reacts with five moles of oxygen, O2, to produce two moles of diphosphorus pentoxide, P2O5:
P4+5O2 2P2O5

Theoretical yield is 1.80 mol



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