## Want to master theoretical yield? Try these practice problems below.

1. For the balanced equation shown below, if 93.8 grams of PCl5 were reacted with 20.3 grams of H2O, how many grams of H3PO4 would be produced?

PCl5+4H2O=>H3PO4+5HCl

2. For the balanced equation shown below, if 18.3 grams of C2H5Cl were reacted with 37.3 grams of O2, how many grams of Cl2 would be produced?

4C2H5Cl+13O2=>8CO2+10H2O+2Cl2

3. For the balanced equation shown below, if 23.9 grams of P4 were reacted with 20.8 grams of O2, how many grams of P4O10 would be produced?

P4+5O2=>P4O10

4. For the balanced equation shown below, if 15.3 grams of C2H3OCl were reacted with 16.0 grams of O2, how many grams of CO2 would be produced?

C2H3OCl+2O2=>2CO2+H2O+HCl

5. For the balanced equation shown below, if 36.8 grams of CBr4 were reacted with 4.56 grams of O2, how many grams of Br2 would be produced?

CBr4+O2=>CO2+2Br2

6. For the balanced equation shown below, if 21.4 grams of C2H4 were reacted with 129 grams of O2, how many grams of H2O would be produced?

C2H4+3O2=>2CO2+2H2O

7. For the balanced equation shown below, if 13.2 grams of Fe were reacted with 31.5 grams of Cl2, how many grams of FeCl3 would be produced?

2Fe+3Cl2=>2FeCl3

8. For the balanced equation shown below, if 41.4 grams of Al were reacted with 190 grams of Cr2O3, how many grams of Cr would be produced?

2Al+Cr2O3=>Al2O3+2Cr

9. For the balanced equation shown below, if 59.3 grams of CH2S were reacted with 80.6 grams of O2, how many grams of SO3 would be produced?

CH2S+3O2=>CO2+H2O+SO3

10. For the balanced equation shown below, if 11.0 grams of CH3COF were reacted with 4.97 grams of H2O, how many grams of CH3COOH would be produced?

CH3COF+H2O=>CH3COOH+HF

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