Answer to Question #182390 in General Chemistry for Sadie Dancy

Question #182390


Find the limiting reactant and a theoretical yield for the reaction 2NaOH +A2SO4 —> Na2SO4 + 2H2O 

If 14.8 moles of NaOH reacts with 10.77 moles of H2SO4 

What is the percent yield of this reaction, if 8 moles of NaSO4 has been obtained 


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Expert's answer
2021-04-19T05:09:03-0400

H2SO4 is the limiting reactant

Mass of NaOH = "14.8\u00d740=592 g"


Mass of H2SO4= "10.77\u00d798=1055.46g"


Mass of NaSO4 = "8\u00d7142=1136 g"


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