theoretical-actual-percent-yield-error-limiting-reagent-and-excess-reactant-that-remains

# Interactive video lesson plan for: Theoretical, Actual, Percent Yield & Error - Limiting Reagent and Excess Reactant That Remains

#### Activity overview:

This chemistry video tutorial focuses on actual, theoretical and percent yield calculations. It shows you how to determine the percent error using a formula and how it is related to the percent yield. This video also shows you how to identify the limiting reactant by calculating which reagent has the lowest mole per coefficient ratio. It also shows you how to calculate the amount of excess reactant that actually reacts and how much is left over or remains after the reaction is complete. This video provides a few examples and practice problems for you to work on.

Here is a list of topics:
1. How To Write and Balanced a Combustion Reaction
2. How To Identify The Limiting Reagent and Excess Reactant By Calculating The Mole Per Coefficient Ratio
3. How To Calculate Theoretical Yield Using The Limiting Reactant
4. Grams to Grams Conversion Stoichiometry
5. How To Use The Molar Ratio To Convert From One Substance To Another
6. Understanding The Stoichiometric Quantitative Relationship Between The Reactants and Products
7. How To Calculate Percent Yield Using Actual Yield and Theoretical Yield
8. How To Calculate Percent Error From Percent Yield
9. How To Determine How Much Excess Reactant Reacts
10. How To Calculate The Amount of Excess Reactant That Remains or That is Left Over
11. How To Calculate Actual Yield Given Percent Efficiency

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