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Percent Yield: Determining the Success of a Chemical Reaction
Are you looking for a resource that will yield great results? Scholars view a video in the JFR Science playlist that shows the method for computing percent yield. It highlights the equation and explains how to find each component.
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- Show the video before conducting a percent yield lab
- Learners should have experience with stoichiometry
- Pupils must be proficient with percents
- Easy-to-understand explanations
- Slow-paced video might not hold students' attention
- No example problems shown
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